The WinForms Notepad Project (2022): It’s (A)live! (Premium)

Well, this is rather scary: my C#/WinForms/.NET Framework 4.x version of .NETpad is now available on GitHub. That means that you can---or anyone---can pull it from GitHub into Visual Studio and create a local copy of the application that can be installed and used (and uninstalled) normally. You can also follow along as I modernize this version of .NETpad in the coming weeks. Or you can fork .NETpad, make your own modifications, and create your own unique version of the app.

For those unfamiliar with all or most of what I wrote above, no worries. Here’s how you can get started.
Download and install Visual Studio Community 2022
You do so by navigating to the Visual Studio website, choosing Download Visual Studio, and then Community 2022. Visual Studio will eventually require you to...

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