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- .NET SDK (Software Development Kit): The SDK includes everything you need to build and run .NET applications. This means it includes the runtime, but also includes other tools for developing, building, running, and testing .NET applications. This includes the .NET CLI (Command Line Interface), compilers, and libraries. You need the SDK to develop and build .NET applications.
- .NET Runtime: The runtime includes just the resources required to run existing .NET applications. It does not include the tools and libraries used for building applications. It's a smaller installation package compared to the SDK. When you deploy a .NET application to a server or a client machine, you usually only need to have the appropriate .NET Runtime installed on that machine, not the full SDK.
$ curl -sSL https://dot.net/v1/dotnet-install.sh > dotnet-install.sh
$ chmod +x dotnet-install.sh
$ echo 'export DOTNET_ROOT=$HOME/.dotnet' >> ~/.zshrc $ echo 'export PATH=$PATH:$DOTNET_ROOT:$DOTNET_ROOT/tools' >> ~/.zshrc
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