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authorLuqun Lou <luqunl@users.noreply.github.com>2018-03-08 18:37:38 -0800
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Update UsingYourBuild.md (#16842)
This topic is about DotnetCli instead of CoreRun -- CoreRun is next topic
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@@ -138,7 +138,7 @@ Hello World from Core 4.6.26210.0 @BuiltBy: adsitnik-MININT-O513E3V @SrcCode: ht
The location is C:\coreclr\helloWorld\bin\Debug\netcoreapp2.1\win-x64\publish\System.Private.CoreLib.dll
```
-## Using CoreRun to run your .NET Core Application
+## Using DotNetCli to run your .NET Core Application
If you don't like the idea of copying files manually you can follow [this instructions](UsingDotNetCli.md) to use dotnet cli to do this for you.
However the steps described here are the simplest and most commonly used by CoreCLR developers for ad-hoc testing.