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Mr Cucumber

Standard C++ in VStudio .NET

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What kind of project should you choose in VStudio .NET when you want to build standard C++ (stdio.h, iostream.h, string.h and all other standard libraries) and not use any kind of .NET technologies? Is it "Managed C++ empty project"?

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Choose 'Win32 Project', click OK, then from 'Application Settings' choose 'Console Application'.

You know, those are technically C library headers. If you're coding C++ and you want to include C library headers, you ought to be pulling in (for example) cstdio or ciostream.


[edited by - Osc on January 22, 2003 11:41:22 AM]

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oh boy

cstdio : was stdio.h in C standard library
iostream : was previously iostream.h before standardising 6 years ago
cstring : was string.h in C standard library
string : is the c++ standard library string class header

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