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Computer Science I How to Configure Visual Studio.NET 2003 for C++

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  1. Computer Science IHow to ConfigureVisual Studio.NET 2003for C++ Colin Goble

  2. Starting Visual Studio • Using Windows Explorer, create a folder on your hard drive to contain the projects you will be working on this term. I would suggest C:\CS161 for want of anything better. • Open Microsoft Visual Studio.NET 2003 • Click New Project • Select Visual C++ Projects and Win32 Console Project • It is VERY important you choose these exact settings. For example, do not choose Console Application (.Net) or Win32 Project by mistake • Enter a Name for your project. I recommend you choose a suitable name, such as HelloWorld or Horoscope, as appropriate. I also recommend you not use embedded spaces in your names. • Enter the Location for your project. This will be C:\CS161 if you did as I suggested in step 1. • Click OK.

  3. Win32 Application Wizard • Important: On the next screen, select the Application Settings tab, and choose Empty Project and Console App. • Click Finish • Your project has been created in a subfolder of C:\CS161. The subfolder name is the same as the project name. You can explore this folder to see the various files Visual Studio has created.

  4. Entering your C++ Program • In the Solution Explorer panel of Visual Studio (top right), right click on Source Files, and select Add New Item • Choose Visual C++, C++ File (.cpp) • Enter a suitable name for your source file (e.g. helloworld). I recommend you not use embedded spaces in your name. • Check that the Location refers to your project folder. • Click Open

  5. Click on your new source file in Solution Explorer and enter your program in the main edit window on the left // This is the Hello World program (HelloWorld.cpp) // Written by: Colin Goble // Date: 16 Sep 2004 // Sources: None // The next two lines are standard boilerplate // you need in front of virtually every C++ program. #include <iostream> using namespace std; int main () { cout << "Hello World" << endl; return 0; }

  6. Running your Program • First you must build (compile and link) your application. • On the menu bar click Build followed by Build Solution (cntl-shift-B) • Make sure there are no errors • To run your application • On the menu bar click Debug followed by Start Without Debugging (control-F5) • Confirm your program outputs “Hello World”

  7. Editing and Bug Fixing • If there are errors of any kind, you must correct the errors by editing the text in the main edit window, and rebuilding and rerunning your application. • You must repeat this cycle until everything is correct and to your satisfaction. • Close Visual Studio. • To reopen your project at a later date, open Visual Studio, and choose Recent Projects from the File menu.