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VSC++.NET Compiler Question

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I recently upgraded to VS.NET but now everytime my console program ends, it quits without saying "Press Any Key To Continue...". I liked that because it told me exactly when the program ended. How do you make it say that. Is it possible with VSC++.NET?
- Rob Loach Current Project: Go Through Object-Oriented Programming in C++ by Robert Lafore "Do or do not. There is no try." - Yoda

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Original post by Rainniar
Use CTRL-F5 and run it as debug not just run, that should do the trick!

Ctrl-F5 is correct, but that means Run Without Debugging. Debug runs don''t show the prompt(which makes sense, since you''d usually have a breakpoint or two anyway).

...and that is why I believe linux must be destroyed.

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