Lab 1 - Lab One [30 points] This lab has 2 parts and you...

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CIS 209 - Page 1 of 8 Lab One [30 points] This lab has 2 parts and you must turn in your work for each part. Try to work through the lab on your own, but if you get stuck, ask a neighbor or the instructor for help. See the document titled “Turning In Lab Assignments” on the course web page for in- structions on how to submit your lab assignments. Part A: Visual Studio Tutorial [10 points] We use an application called Visual Studio 2010 to write programs in this class. It’s ac- tually the same application that professionals use to write most Windows software, like Word and Excel. This part of the lab steps you through the process of creating a new project and writing a simple program. Every time you write a program you must create a new project for it. We’ll usually write a couple programs for each lab. (1) Start Visual Studio 2010 Start Visual Studio 2010 by going to the Start menu and choosing: Software->Programming->Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 The first time you run the program you may be prompted to choose the programming language that you want to use. Although we’re technically using C, choose Visual C++ Development Settings from the list as shown. Then click the Start Visual Studio button.
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CIS 209 - Page 2 of 8 The application should then appear, as in the figure below. (2) Create a New Project From the File menu, choose New->Project . The window shown below will appear. Choose Win32 under the Visual C++ item as shown. Then choose Win32 Console Ap- plication . Uncheck the Create directory for solution box. Enter LabA for the Name, and for the Path , enter: h:\CIS209\Labs When your screen looks like the one above, click the OK button to continue.
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The Win32 Application Wizard window appears. Click the Next button. Uncheck the
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course CIS 209 taught by Professor Aren during the Spring '11 term at Kansas State University.

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Lab 1 - Lab One [30 points] This lab has 2 parts and you...

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