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I''ve only had this program a day yet I managed to screw it up, I think I changed the directory of project locations. I get a fatal error message saying something about the header files simply by doing a small program. Also I cannot create any new projects. anyway my question is... Can you think what might be my problem? btw, I know how to program it''s just VC++ giving me probs =/

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Are you trying to write a console program and keep getting errors about "Depriated" crap? if so (even if not) if you use any of the STL remember that VC++ .NET is suppose to be more ANSI therefore make your includes without the .h eg #include "iostream" .Other than that I need more info on your problem...
edit: some typos and fixed the iostream thing. ps spellcheck would be great for the forums :D

[edited by - djkno3 on November 2, 2002 11:22:32 AM]

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If you are having more trouble, try re-installing the program. Unfortunatly you have to pay to get microsoft to help you but you might want to try their help forums.

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