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Default Ch.7, Advice - Type in the code

As a UCMA newbie it took me many hours to compile the download code and shape it up to conform with the first test harness effort, the manual step which is from page 184 to page 198.
It seemed faster to compile the download code rather than typing it in however there were many hurdles to clear before the code would run. (Visual Studio 2010 SP1 on Windows 7).

My advice is to just type in the code so you have your own clean and focused code for this step if you are working through each phase of the chapter. This has also become clear to me while working through the next step as well because which code is actually used behind the scenes may be code that was developed further along rather than the particular principles you are working on.

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