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Emulator Sample =============== This sample demonstrates the following: - Building and installing a custom emulator. - Using the emulator classes provided with the .NET Micro Framework. - Using a Windows Form to create a user interface to simulate a product. - Getting button input. - Displaying output on an LCD display. To build and run this sample: 1. Open SampleEmulator.sln in Visual Studio 2008. 2. In the Build menu, select Rebuild Solution. 3. Close SampleEmulator.sln. 4. Open a regular sample, such as Puzzle.sln. 5. In Solution Explorer, right-click the project, select Properties, and then select the .NET Micro Framework tab. Click the Device drop-down list and then select "Sample Emulator", which now appears in the list. 6. Open and run any sample, such as Puzzle.sln. To do this, click the Debug menu, and then click Start Without Debugging. The sample is now running in the sample emulator. 7. Attach the Visual Studio debugger to the running instance of the sample emulator. To do this, click the Debug menu, and then click Attach to Process. In the Available Processes list, select Microsoft.SPOT.Emulator.Sample.SampleEmulator.exe. Then click the Attach button. 8. Set breakpoints on any extensibility interface implementation, such as Microsoft.SPOT.Emulator.Time.TimeDriver.CurrentTime. Source code is available through the Micro Framework Porting Kit.