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How to write and run C++ programs in Visual C++2010

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How to write and run a C program in Visual C 2010: First open the editor, create a new project and enter the name and save location; then select "Source File", right-click, and select [Add - New Item]; then Enter the code; finally click Debug.

How to write and run C++ programs in Visual C++2010

The operating environment of this article: Windows 7 system, Visual C 2010 version, Dell G3 computer.

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How to write and run C programs in Visual C 2010:

1. Open vs2010, select "visual c development settings", and then click "Start Visual Studio".

How to write and run C++ programs in Visual C++2010

#2. Click New Project, then select the empty project under the Visual C label in the pop-up window, enter the name and save location.

How to write and run C++ programs in Visual C++2010

3. In the "Solution Explorer" on the left, select "Source File", right-click, and then select "Add"->"New Item" .

How to write and run C++ programs in Visual C++2010

#4. In the pop-up window, select "C file (.cpp)", enter the file name, and click "Add".

How to write and run C++ programs in Visual C++2010

#5. Now enter the specific code, for example, enter a simple Hello World program.

How to write and run C++ programs in Visual C++2010

6. Click "Debug"->"Start execution (without debugging)" or press Ctrl F5 to start running, as shown in the figure.

How to write and run C++ programs in Visual C++2010

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