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BOOK: Professional C++
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Default How to Compile the SourceCode in Visual Studio 2005

Hi I am new to the Visual Studio 2005 editor. I need help in how can I compile the source code that came along with the Professional C++ in Visual Studio 2005 editor.
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Hmmm. Even I am struggling to find it out.
Check this link - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/829488 It tells you how to get your ANSI C program working.

This one talks about C++ program - http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...8VS.80%29.aspx

In general, my understanding is that it has to be a console based application with references to directories containing standard c++ libraries (where iostream and other include files can be found and where standard c++ library is located)

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