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Old December 22nd, 2007, 01:46 AM
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Default I can't find visual c++ 6.0 can I use this

I just brought the book Beginning Visual C++ 6. I can't find any copies or downloads for Visual C++ 6.0. I Know that the book says you need that to use the book...I'm wondering if I should take it back or use Visual Studio 2005 because that is what I already have. Also I am a beginner so I thought it may confuse me a little to use something different from the text.

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I am pretty sure you can use Visual Studio 2005. When you install VS 2005 you can install several programming languages, such as Visual Basic, C#, and I think Visual C++. So I think you are good.

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