Using DOT NET for C++

Using DOT NET for C++ - Using Visual Studio .NET for C+...

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Using Visual Studio .NET for C++ Programs Should you choose to use Visual Studio .NET to compile your C++ programs, the following procedure could be used. Open Visual Studio .NET as shown below: When Visual Studio appears, choose F ile | N ew | P roject as shown below: Page 1 of 5 – Using .NET for C++ Programs
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When the New Project dialog appears, select C++ as shown below: Select Empty Project (.NET) as shown above. Enter a project name, I gave it the name “USEDOTNET” as shown above. Important! You need to know where your project is going to be created. The default location might be hard to locate, or you may forget what it was… I chose the desktop, as shown below: Page 2 of 5 – Using .NET for C++ Programs
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OK on the above screen shot results in the Solution Explorer shown below: If your Solution Explorer doesn’t appear, press CTRL-ALT-L. By right-clicking the Source Files and selecting Ad d | New Item below: The screen shot on the following page appears. Page 3 of 5 – Using .NET for C++ Programs
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