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Im new to C++ programing and i downloaded Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition today but its completely lost me can someone give me the basics of how to use Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition??


"FREEDOM is not FREE""Its a good thing war is so terrible, or we grow too fond of it" -Robert E. Lee[quote]Firestrom: global $warming = False[/quote]My scripts:Desktop Cleaner---->Total Downloads:167;;;;;;;;;;1;;;;;;1;;;;;;;;;;;;;11;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;1;;;;;;1;;;;;;;;;;;;;11;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;1;;;;;;1;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;111111;;;;;;;;;;;;;;11;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;1;;;;;;1;;;;;;;;;;;;;;11;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;1;;;;;;1;;;;;;;;;;;;;;11;;;;;;"a wise man once said why use your skills when we have technology"

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nobbe

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try google or wikipedia for some tutorials on VS - its quite alot to learn :)

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alien13

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa733974.aspx <<< Theres a guide from MSDN. When I started out I learnt the basics of C++ before going on to Visual C++ but it is up to you.

As stated there is quite a bit to learn, hell, you learn more and more as you go along. The best thing for me is when I come up with a program that I want to make I plan it all and work out what I am going to do then when the time comes to program that certain feature I research up on it when the time comes. Some links for C++ if you are interested:

http://www.cprogramming.com/begin.html

http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/

-alien13

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TnTProductions

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa733974.aspx <<< Theres a guide from MSDN. When I started out I learnt the basics of C++ before going on to Visual C++ but it is up to you.

As stated there is quite a bit to learn, hell, you learn more and more as you go along. The best thing for me is when I come up with a program that I want to make I plan it all and work out what I am going to do then when the time comes to program that certain feature I research up on it when the time comes. Some links for C++ if you are interested:

http://www.cprogramming.com/begin.html

http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/

-alien13

Thanks for the quick reply lol i dont know even know how to start editing a script( or project) i can even script it

"FREEDOM is not FREE""Its a good thing war is so terrible, or we grow too fond of it" -Robert E. Lee[quote]Firestrom: global $warming = False[/quote]My scripts:Desktop Cleaner---->Total Downloads:167;;;;;;;;;;1;;;;;;1;;;;;;;;;;;;;11;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;1;;;;;;1;;;;;;;;;;;;;11;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;1;;;;;;1;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;111111;;;;;;;;;;;;;;11;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;1;;;;;;1;;;;;;;;;;;;;;11;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;1;;;;;;1;;;;;;;;;;;;;;11;;;;;;"a wise man once said why use your skills when we have technology"

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Valik

If you're calling it "scripting" and "scripts" you need to go back to some basics.

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TnTProductions

i said projects....... thats what they are called in Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition and i want to go on to more advance and im trying to learn the "basics" of C++


"FREEDOM is not FREE""Its a good thing war is so terrible, or we grow too fond of it" -Robert E. Lee[quote]Firestrom: global $warming = False[/quote]My scripts:Desktop Cleaner---->Total Downloads:167;;;;;;;;;;1;;;;;;1;;;;;;;;;;;;;11;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;1;;;;;;1;;;;;;;;;;;;;11;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;1;;;;;;1;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;111111;;;;;;;;;;;;;;11;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;1;;;;;;1;;;;;;;;;;;;;;11;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;1;;;;;;1;;;;;;;;;;;;;;11;;;;;;"a wise man once said why use your skills when we have technology"

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cppman

i said projects....... thats what they are called in Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition and i want to go on to more advance and im trying to learn the "basics" of C++

A project is a collection of resources such as source files, header files, resource scripts, etc. A solution is a collection of projects. The only time you would be "editing" a project is if you change some kind of properties, or add files to it. The term script isn't used correctly. Scripting is writing instructions for an interpreted language like AutoIt. In C++, you are "programming".

Anyways... I would recommend getting a good C++ book or even just reading a few tutorials online. If you just dive right in trying to learn the "advanced" stuff first, you will get really lost and probably end up turning away from C++.

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