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A: Assuming that this is the first time that those same characters have been output from your program, the problem is probably that those same characters are being output twice in a row. It sounds like the code is executing twice: once in the Main method, and once inside the Format method. The lesson here is: if the code is outputting multiple times, it's almost certainly a problem. You might have to split this up into more separate functions, and then again, I might be wrong and this problem is something else entirely. It's certainly a hard one to understand. Q: Managing Visual Studio Version numbers I'm trying to get my head around the managing the version numbers for my project. Currently the default structure of my Visual Studio solution is: Blank project WebContent (folder) I have a project where I need to reference a DLL that is in a different sub-folder to the solution (it's a shared library). As such, in my references in the project file, I have this: As this is version dependent, I should have a version number, but the default template doesn't provide for this. I've seen examples of how to do this in this answer, but that doesn't seem to be the recommended way of doing this in Visual Studio 2008. Is there a standard way of doing this? A: It is good practice to include library version numbers in your own solution version numbers, since you are using them (and depending on where you set your project file up, will be visible to the end user). This allows you to create branches/tags/etc for your library and cut releases, without affecting the project that uses the library. This is an example of what my vcxproj file looks like (vs2012): 10.0 v4.0 {*Guid I use for library*} ..\..\lib\ ..\..\obj\ Debug;Release

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