W03-CodeWarrior

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9/26/05 1 Using Code Warrior 9/26/05 2 CodeWarrior Used For: • Creating projects • Compiling programs • Testing (running) programs 9/26/05 3 1. Create Folder for Programs • Create a folder on your z: drive (lab) (e.g. “cs151”) or on your computer. • Always create a new project starting in this folder. • CodeWarrior will create a new folder for each new project using your project name as the folder name (e.g. pgm1)
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9/26/05 4 Starting Code Warrior 2. Start the CodeWarrior Integrated Development Environment 9/26/05 5 Start a new project (program) 9/26/05 6 The New Project Dialog click
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9/26/05 7 The File Dialog 1 st Folder 2 nd Project Name (NO SPACES!) 3 rd Save 9/26/05 8 1 st Win32 C Stationary Project Type 2 nd OK 9/26/05 9 Select Project Stationery CS151 Template
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Unformatted text preview: 9/26/05 10 Unlock Window (optional) double click to unlock 9/26/05 11 Make MDI Child (optional) Right Click Title Bar 9/26/05 12 The Project Window Source Files Library Files Make (Compile & Link) Run Compile 9/26/05 13 The Edit Window 9/26/05 14 Click the RUN Button run 9/26/05 15 The Output Window 9/26/05 16 Where Are Your Files? Right click 9/26/05 17 executable project project folder Source or Æ myProg.exe 9/26/05 18 Showing File Type Leave the mouse cursor on the icon for a couple of seconds 9/26/05 19 Your Source File • Source file by default is main.c • Don't change this name – you must always submit main.c for us to grade – it contains the program you wrote....
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This note was uploaded on 06/28/2009 for the course CS 151 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Oregon State.

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