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C++ is C++. Converting between different compilers and IDEs should not be a problem if you are staying on the same platform.

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i already have that visual c++ 2005, but its so complex and confusing, i can't even get a new project open, and put in some code and run it

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VC2005 is one of the most intuitive and user-friendly IDEs out there -- more so than VC6.0, certainly. I recommend you read Microsoft's documentation for it -- they have excellent tutorials on building simple projects and such at the MSDN website.

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Original post by skittleo
Eh, it's not that bad. All things new seem complex and confusing when you are not used to them.

What problems did you have with VC++ 2005 Beta? Did you properly setup the platform SDK?


how do i set up the platform sdk, also
what do you do in visual studio 2005 command prompt

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