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Old 06-16-2005, 04:20 PM   #1
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hi, I have the Microsoft Visual c++ and I dont know how can I compail my source files? can some1 help me?
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Does Tools -> Build not do it?

What version are you using it?
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Go Build -> Build Solution to compile it.

Then Debug -> Start without debugging to run it.
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thnx, I've got the new version.
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thnx, I've got the new version.
Did you get the 2005 express version. It is pretty nice for being free. They have others too like C#.
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Yeah, though its more than worth it to get the full one. It has some cool Testing Features, and you could fiddle about using C++ on an ASPX Website if you felt like it. Would be useful before they finish, because they won't be giving them out free once its released
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Is it a problem if I have visual studio 2005 and dev-C++. I would rather use dev, but on the tutorial im using the code doesnt seem to be right.
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