This value will contain a value like the following:
Simply add the .cs extension to the end as in this example:
Download the usertype.dat file (at the bottom of this document)
and copy it to the same directory as msdev.exe
(Visual Studio editor) (By default this will be
c:\program files\microsoft visual studio\common\msdev98\bin). This file contains all the C# keywords
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