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how do I setup direct x in visual c++.net?

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Hey imp, Is VC++ .net like any other compiler, or is it just for internet programs and apps

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vc.net, aka vc7, can compile to native code just as vc6 does.

two advantages of vc7 over vc6 are better optimizer and better c++ standard compliance.

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i think you just install directx sdk, and it will be automatically available in your vc.net. after that, start #include-ing and use directx .lib files.


My compiler generates one error message: "does not compile."

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VC6 came with the DirectX 3 SDK wich is pretty useless. I have no idea what comes installed with VC7, but you could install the SDK into X:\...\Microsoft Visual Studio\VC7\ so you automaticly overwrite the older libs/includes/etc. That''s what I did with VC6 and it works like a sunshine. Although i am not sure if this works in VC7.

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VC6 comes with DX5 headers and those are really useful.
You don''t even need the SDK.

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