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How to make VC++ go to a file/line number from an external program?

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I explained this very poorly the firt time I posted this, I'm sorry. I read it after I posted it and slapped myself for sounding like an idot. So here again: I want to have a program of mine, outside Visual Studio, to be able to open up a file in Visual Studio and make that file go to a particular line number. I'll give one example of a program that does this. The playstation2 debugging program Prodg. While you're debugging a source file, you can go to a menu and make Prodg open up the source file you are debugging inside VC++, and make VC++ go to the line you are debugging. So how does this totally external program communicate and send commands to Visual Studio? Edited by - rantrod on January 12, 2001 1:19:25 PM

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Unless I''m misunderstanding what you''re saying, VC++ has this functionality built in.. Just to to Edit|Go to.. or press Ctrl+G (that''s the default hotkey).

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