Quote: "You are partially right. I know how coding works. I actually know a few HTML commands, I've programmed robots, and I'm actually in the middle of a Java course right not. I've just never used anything with c#, c++, and I've never even published or exported any of my programs and especially not someone else's code that's in a language I've never seen before and exported it."
Huh. You have more experience than I thought. That's good
Still, it sounds like you've never used a compiled language. C, C# (AFAIK) and C++ are compiled languages. This means you don't "export" or "publish" a C++ project, you compile it.
Quote: "So any of you guys have experience in DarkGDK.NET and Microsoft .NET software and exporting/publishing."
Sorry, I don't have any C# compilers lying around because I've never liked C# at all. Other people might, though.
If you want to try compiling it yourself (as it may just compile with no errors + it'll be good experience), you could start by downloading Visual C# Express (google "visual studio 2008 c#"
and click the top link - or just click here
, if you trust me
), and if you haven't already, downloading and installing DarkGDK.NET (which, IIRC, is free). If you're going to try this, tell when you've gotten this far and we'll explain what to do next