This document provides step-by-step procedures for configuring the 2008 edition of the Microsoft Visual Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for simple project development.
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NOTE: When you start Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2008 for the very first time it may prompt you to “Chose your default environment settings:”. If you plan to eventually program in multiple languages, choose “General Development Settings”. For C/C++ development only, choose “Visual C++ Development Settings”.
Many exercises require the use of a command line. This can be done by either running the program from a command prompt or by setting up command line arguments within the IDE itself. For example, assume you want to redirect your IDE program’s output to a file named “C: estfile”. Within the IDE, you do not specify your program’s name, as you would for a real command prompt, but only the arguments that follow:
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