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Visual C++ 6 vs. Visual C++ .NET

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Use either.

VC.NET is newer and has slightly improved syntax highlighting, but otherwise there''s nothing VC.NET can do that VC6 can''t for the purposes of learning OpenGL.

That''s excluding managed C++ and all the .NET specific stuff - of course - but for Win32/OpenGL, either will do.

Hope I''ve made sense so tired.

Tom L

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VC++ .NET is newer and has an improved compiler. ISO C++ standard compliance is improved (though more improvements are reputedly incorporated in VC++ 7.1).

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VC++ .NET is newer and has an improved compiler. ISO C++ standard compliance is improved (though more improvements are reputedly incorporated in VC++ 7.1).



Does VC++ .NET optimize your applications better than VC++ 6.0?

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