how do u create a stand alone C++ program in visual studio.net

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  1. D1G1T4L

    D1G1T4L Active Member

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    under visual basic projects, what do i choose if i just want to write a c++/c program without using .net
     
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    If you installed components for visual C++, you should have a branch for visual C++ projects when you select new->project. If you don't see that branch, you probably didn't install support for visual C++.
     
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    1) Install Eclipse
    2) install gcc
    3) New Project -> C++ Project

    Tada!
     
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    which one do i pick though?
     
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    on the right side, scroll down to win32 project... enter title for project and click on OK.

    You'll get a screen that says:
    Overview:
    Application Settings:

    Click on Application Settings:
    Select 'console application' or 'windows application'.
    Click on 'empty project' checkbox.

    Click OK
     
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    thank you :bowdown:
     
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    Penguin Man Protect Your Digital Liberties

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    SLED build an idiot proof device and someone else will

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    mace i don't read

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    Eclipse better than dev cpp?
     
  11. Shibboleth

    Shibboleth teh mad Plato skillz

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    :bowdown:

    edit: for the above poster, I've never really used dev c++ but eclipse is one bad-ass IDE. great beautifier, cross-platform compatible... The only thing I don't like about it is that it's slow on my machine due to being written in java.
     
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    i found that upgrading to java 5 and having 512mb of ram helps a TON. but yeah, it can get slow, i admit that.

    but hell, im sure Eclipse has somehwere on it to control the ISS life control systems some where, it can do everything else.
     

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