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Visual Studio 6.0 Samples: July 23

Q: Visual Studio 6.0 Samples: July 23

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System Requirements

Visual Studio 6.0

Operating System - Windows 98, NT4 & 2000, Windows Me, Win XP

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=40951&area=search&ordinal=9

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eddie

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Preferred Solution: Visual Studio 6.0 Samples: July 23

I recommend downloading and running Reimage. It's a computer repair tool that has been proven to identify and fix many Windows problems with a high level of success.

I've used it in the past to identify and fix everything from blue screens (BSOD's), ActiveX errors, corrupt files and processes, dll/exe/sys errors, recover lost memory, Windows update problems, defragging, malware removal etc.

You can download it direct from this link http://downloadreimage.com/download.php. (This link will automatically start a download of Reimage that you can save to your computer.)

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This sample illustrates how to create custom owner-drawn menu items

System Requirements

- Microsoft Visual Studio. NET Professional

Operating System - Windows NT 4.0 & 2000, Win XP

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=40929&area=search&ordinal=25

This download represents a master set of Visual Basic .NET code samples demonstrating various aspects of the language in the following areas: syntax, data access, Windows Forms, Web development and Web services, XML, security, the .NET Framework, file system and file I/O, interop and migration issues, COM+, ADO.NET, and advanced topics including graphics with GDI+, remoting, serialization, MSMQ, and Windows services.

System Requirements

- Microsoft Visual Studio. NET Professional

Note: some samples also require access to the Northwind database residing in SQL Server or the Microsoft Data Engine (MSDE)

Operating System - Windows NT 4.0 & 2000, Win XP

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=41079&area=search&ordinal=22

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eddie
 

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Hiya

A collection of sample files that support Visual Studio .NET white papers available on MSDN

System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: Pocket PC Software 2002, TabletPC, Windows 2000, Windows 2000 Service Pack 2, Windows 2000 Service Pack 3, Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, Windows XP 64-bit, Windows XP Media Center Edition

.NET Framework versions 1.0 and/or 1.1 depending on the sample.
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...a9-0f6a-421f-879a-d3c7138627da&DisplayLang=en
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eddie
 

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Microsoft Visual J# .NET is a development tool for Java-language developers who want to build applications and services on the .NET Framework. Microsoft Visual J# .NET is not a tool for developing applications intended to run on a Java Virtual Machine. Applications and services built with Visual J# .NET will run only in the .NET Framework and will not run on any Java Virtual Machine. Visual J# .NET has been independently developed by Microsoft. It is not endorsed or approved by Sun Microsystems, Inc.

System Requirements

1. One of the following editions of Microsoft Visual Studio .NET:

o Enterprise Architect
o Enterprise Developer
o Professional
o Academic
o Visual Basic .NET Standard
o Visual C# .NET Standard

See http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/prodinfo/sysreq.asp for system requirements.
Note: VJ# also installs and runs on Microsoft Visual Studio .NET Professional Trial version. There is no product support for the trial version, however.
Warning: If you installed a pre-release version of Visual Studio .NET on your computer, then you must uninstall it before installing Visual Studio .NET. See the Visual Studio .NET readme for details.

2. Either Visual C# .NET or Visual Basic .NET must be installed on your computer if you are using the Enterprise Architect, Enterprise Developer, Professional, or Academic edition.

3. It is recommended that you install the .NET Framework Service Pack 1 which you can obtain from http://msdn.microsoft.com/netframework/downlo... Read more

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This is the supporting code sample for the article "Creating a Visual Studio .NET Add-In to Provide Windows XP Theme Support" published on MSDN by Duncan Mackenzie

System Requirements

RTM Version of Visual Studio .NET

Operating System - Windows XP

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=40674&area=search&ordinal=4

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eddie
 

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Hiya

These sample applications demonstrate the process of moving Java code from J++ to .Net.

System Requirements

- Microsoft Visual Studio .Net
- 3 Megs of hard drive space

Operating System - Windows XP

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=40218&area=search&ordinal=5

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eddie
 

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Microsoft has announced that Visual Studio 2015 will be available 9 days prior to Windows 10. Along with Visual Studio, .NET Framework 4.6 will be distributed and there'll be an update to Team Foundation Server. Visual Studio 2015 is notoriously...

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A:Microsoft slants Visual Studio 2015 for July 20 release, zeroes in on mobile developers

I used it for 15 years, quit in 2013, not looking back.

For everything you can do in Visual Studio there are better and cheaper (often free) alternatives, while .NET has been in decline since 2012.
 

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Hi im haveing trouble Installing Visual Studio 2012 RC and visual studio 2011, It starts to where the black screen so up then it says visual studio but after that it dose nothing.i have 2010 installed and i us that, i just wanted to try them out, but i have a question would visual studio 2010 ultimate mess up visual studio 2012 and 2011. thanks

here is my system info
Operating Systems

Windows 7 (x86)

Architectures

32-bit (x86)

Hardware

3.6 GHz
2 GB of RAM
201 GB (NTFS)
5400 RPM hard drive
DirectX 9-capable video card running at 1024 x 768
 

A:haveing trouble Installing Visual Studio 2012 RC and visual studio 2011

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Hello everyone,

I have a question about the visual studio .net 2002. Is there any downloadable patches or upgrades to support a file that is being written / coded from visual studio .net 2003 to visual studio .net 2002?

My friend and I discovered lately that when you create a project (e.g. vb .net win app) in vb.net 2003 then save it and you want to open it again but in vb.net 2002, the project you created using vb.net 2003 cannot be opened using vb.net 2002.

On the other side, when you try to create and save a project in vb.net 2002 and you try opening it in vb.net 2003, there is really no problem, cause vb.net 2003 will convert a project (a message will prompt you and will give you a choice if that project should be converted) that was save under vb.net 2002.

Anyway, is there any updates of visual studio .net supporting projects that was created on vb.net 2003 and opening those project(s) using vb.net 2002?

Any help is highly appreciated.
 

A:Migrating Visual Studio .NET 2002 to Visual Studio .NET 2003

i had this problem the other week (downloaded an article from codeproject or codeguru, but wouldnt load in 2002), im not sure of any patches that will fix the problem, but there is a work around if you dont mind altering certain project files.

The problem is with ProductVersion within the .csproj files, they are different between 2002 and 2003. If you alter them to the previous version they will then loadup. You may also need to alter the .sln file as well (again compare a 2002 ver that loads and the 2003 ver). Not giving any promises about it working, but it did work with the project i had.

I guess it would be quite easy to write a little utility that would go through a project and alter the said files. Dont know how many people would find use of it though.
 

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Ok, previously to get something from a database to a variable in a web based app the code went something like this:
DataAdapter.Fill(Dataset1)

after the dataset had been filled in this way a variable could be set by

variablex=dataset.tables(0).rows(0).items(0)
Now, after converting the project and all associtated files I've got SQLDataSource to use.

So, after lots of fruitless searching I'm asking just how the above statement translates to work as a means of retrieving a field from an SQLDataSource?
 

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OpenGL I: Quick Start Sample

This article describes GLEasy, a simple OpenGL program. OpenGL is a three-dimensional (3-D) graphics library included with the Microsoft? Windows NT? version 3.5 operating system. GLEasy is a Microsoft Foundation Class Library (MFC) application that provides a good starting point for investigations into the Windows NT implementation of OpenGL.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=44238&area=search&ordinal=25
GLEasy Sample

This article describes GLEasy, a simple OpenGL program. OpenGL is a three-dimensional (3-D) graphics library included with the Microsoft? Windows NT? version 3.5 operating system. GLEasy is a Microsoft Foundation Class Library (MFC) application that provides a good starting point for investigations into the Windows NT implementation of OpenGL.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=44239&area=search&ordinal=24

GLPal sample

If a program written for the Microsoft Windows operating system needs more than 16 colors and is running on an 8-bits-per-pixel (bpp) display adapter, the program must create and use a palette. OpenGL programs running on Windows NT or (eventually) Windows 95 are no exception.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=44240&area=search&ordinal=23

Easy GL Sample

If a program written for the Microsoft Windows operating system needs more than 16 colors and is running on an 8-bits-per-pixel (bpp) display adapter, the... Read more

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Download these Microsoft Visual Basic samples to learn more about upgrading your application from Visual Basic 6.0 to Visual Basic .NET. Each sample contains three projects - one in Visual Basic 6 and two in Visual Basic .NET. The two Visual Basic .NET samples show the range of options available in upgrading your applications.

System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP

Visual Basic 6.0
Visual Basic .NET

Important: One of these samples also requires Code Advisor for Visual Basic 6.0. In order to install the Code Advisor, you must be running Windows® 98 or later, Internet Explorer 6.0 or later, and Visual Basic 6.0. Note that the Code Advisor relies on the VBScript and MSXML components distributed in Internet Explorer 6.0. Internet Explorer is not required to be the default browser.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...3a-ef97-454d-839e-7668c1113022&DisplayLang=en

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eddie
 

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ListBox and ComboBox

This sample demonstrates several different techniques for binding data to ListBox and ComboBox controls, and shows different ways to retrieve the selected item or items from the controls.
System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows XP

- Microsoft Visual Studio. NET Professional
- Access to the Northwind database residing in SQL Server or the Microsoft Data Engine (MSDE)
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...b6-a75d-45a3-8200-7f5e396558ed&DisplayLang=en

XP Theme Support

This sample demonstrates how to enable support for XP themes in your application
System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows XP

- Microsoft Visual Studio. NET Professional

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...8f-bad3-4b37-a99d-be48f6fb3913&DisplayLang=en

Automate Office

This application has three demonstrations involving the following Office components: Microsoft Agent, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Excel. When referencing the various COM Office assemblies, Visual Studio .NET automatically creates COM runtime callable wrappers (RCW) so you can program against them from within .NET.

System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows XP

- Microsoft Visual Studio. NET Professional or greater

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...31-d4c4-4716-abd6-74a11bb85c9f&DisplayLang=en

Send and Receive Data

This solution demonstrates how to send and receive da... Read more

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Hello Guys,
few weeks ago my system faced an issue, and while trying to deal with it i corrupted my windows and had to reset my system, that means back to Windows 8 from 8.1, then i didnt updated to 8.1, and installed  vs 2013 and sql server management
studio 2014, everything was working fine, then 8.1 happened, i mean 8 was updated to 8.1, and after that when ever i try to make new project in vs 2013, it tells me "failed to create image source from text ...\Images\Medium.png",,, and when i try
to connect to database in sql server it gives me error "ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Initialization of 'System.Windows.Media.Imaging.BitmapImage' threw an exception. (mscorlib)

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Method not found: 'Void System.Diagnostics.Tracing.FrameworkEventSource.BeginGetResponse(System.Object, System.String)'. (System)
", 
.. i dont want to reset my pc again, kindly help
Thanks

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Respected sir,
   I want to use  energy consumption option for calculating energy  consumed by my Graphical Processing Unit  application which are developed by using visual studio c++ project.Can you help me how to use this tool for my
application? I tried various option but didn't work.Pleas i want reply as possible as sir.

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Hello
I am trying to download Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2015 x64 and x86 but everytime I try it, it gives me this message:
Setup Failed
One or more issues caused the setup to fail. Please fix the issues and then retry setup. For more information see the log file.
0x80240017 - Unspecified error
Here are screenshots of the log file: 
https://gyazo.com/a94dea8e871b29f944574037f9e854ec
https://gyazo.com/dc28eaf6870e1b4b652efc6924a9351d
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Nick

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I am having a problem with the Visual C# component of Visual Studio 2008. The error message can be viewed below (all of my image hosts are also stuffed up, don't know why). I have tried un-installing and re-installing Visual Studio with no success. I don't know if it's defective or if my computer is having a problem with the program.

vs_c#_error_detail.bmp

There is no Build menu either. I wonder if these issues are related.

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I get this error message when trying to install. Cannot find import DLL my be missing corrupt or wrong version file KERNEL.dll function error 127. Do I need to install a update? I cant find anything when I search Google I hope yall can help.
 

A:Problem installing visual assist X for visual studio 6.0

What is your OS ? XP ?
The error actually said KERNEL.dll rather than kernel32.dll ?
 

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Hello!

I am trying to install Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2015 from the following link.

https://www.microsoft.com/en-au/down....aspx?id=48145

I pick the x64 version, because that is what my computer is. However, after downloading, when I try to install it by running the program, the progress bar fills fine until the very end, where it freezes. This is shown in picture 1.

When I press cancel, a quick box opens up asking if I'm sure, and when I click yes, the screen looks like what is shown in picture 2.

And so I click on the log file, and it shows me this:


Code:
[122C:1080][2016-01-08T23:59:22]i001: Burn v3.7.3813.0, Windows v6.3 (Build 9600: Service Pack 0), path: C:\Users\Kevin Zhu\Desktop\vc_redist.x64.exe, cmdline: ''
[122C:1080][2016-01-08T23:59:23]i000: Setting string variable 'WixBundleLog' to value 'C:\Users\KEVINZ~1\AppData\Local\Temp\dd_vcredist_amd64_20160108235923.log'
[122C:1080][2016-01-08T23:59:23]i000: Setting string variable 'WixBundleOriginalSource' to value 'C:\Users\Kevin Zhu\Desktop\vc_redist.x64.exe'
[122C:1080][2016-01-08T23:59:23]i000: Setting string variable 'WixBundleOriginalSourceFolder' to value 'C:\Users\Kevin Zhu\Desktop\'
[122C:1080][2016-01-08T23:59:23]i000: Setting string variable 'WixBundleName' to value 'Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 Redistributable (x64) - 14.0.23026'
[122C:1080][2016-01-08T23:59:23]i100: Detect begin, 10 packages
[122C:1080][2016-01-08T23:59:23]i000: File search: windows_uCRT_Detect... Read more

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Does anyone know any way to get a list of the dll's that are installed by each version of SDK, Visual Studio, and Visual C++?
It looks to me like the rasman.dll on my wife's computer is linking dynamically to some api-* dll's that are not on in her System32 folder, but which are all in mine. We have identical computers that we bought at the same time, in the same store. The api-*
dll's that are in her System32 folder are exactly the ones that are listed for Windows 8.1 in the article for KB2999226, but my System32 folder has dozens of other api-* dll's, including all the ones referenced by rasman.dll. Looking at Programs and Features,
I see that the versions of Visual C++ on her computer and mine, are not all the same, so maybe it's one of those that installed those dll's on my computer. Surely there is some way to find out what dll's are installed with each version of SDK, Visual
Studio, and Visual C++. If someone can tell me how to do that, then I can find out if one of those will install the dll's referenced by rasman.dll.
If I can't find any better way to install those dll's on my wife's computer, then I might just try copying them from mine to hers.

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Hi there
I'm just messing around a bit with Visual Basic - I just want to use EXCEL (mainly) and a couple of really simple Windows stuff. I can't be bothered with C# or .NET -- I'm not (nor intend to be) a professional programmer -- but would like to have a go with some small applications and get to grips with the Basic in EXCEL.

I've got the old Ms Visual Basic 6 disks -- is it worth while messing about with these on W8 (Ms believe it or not is going to support the platform through W8 releases !!!) or should I just bite the bullet and download Visual Studio express which seems a bit overkill also for what I'm really trying to do.

As I'm running a 32 bit version of Office it would seem that most of the VB6 stuff could run quite simply in EXCEL 2010 (32 bit) even though my OS is x-64 --or I could even run it in an XP VM.

Any suggestions as to which is the better way to go -- I just want this for casual use -- not as a professional.

Cheers
jimbo

A:Visual Basic 6 or Visual Studio for EXCEL use

Doesn't Office 2010 still support VBA (Visual Basic for Applications)? I think that is what you mean by Basic in Excel?

As far as supporting VB6 in Win 8, VB6 apps do run in Windows (32 bit), though we've had issues at work with some 3rd party components. I'm pretty sure 64 bit is out for VB6! I couldn't get any VB6 executables to run on my Windows 7-64 box, though they will run just fine in an XP VM.

I think your options are VBA in Excel if you want to stick with classic VB...

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Does anyone know any way to get a list of the dll's that are installed by each version of SDK, Visual Studio, and Visual C++?
It looks to me like the rasman.dll on my wife's computer is linking dynamically to some api-* dll's that are not on in her System32 folder, but which are all in mine. We have identical computers that we bought at the same time, in the same store. The api-*
dll's that are in her System32 folder are exactly the ones that are listed for Windows 8.1 in the article for KB2999226, but my System32 folder has dozens of other api-* dll's, including all the ones referenced by rasman.dll. Looking at Programs and Features,
I see that the versions of Visual C++ on her computer and mine, are not all the same, so maybe it's one of those that installed those dll's on my computer. Surely there is some way to find out what dll's are installed with each version of SDK, Visual
Studio, and Visual C++. If someone can tell me how to do that, then I can find out if one of those will install the dll's referenced by rasman.dll.
If I can't find any better way to install those dll's on my wife's computer, then I might just try copying them from mine to hers.

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Hiya

This package includes all you need to run a Visual J# .NET application on a machine with the .NET Framework installed. It is not intended to run applications written with other Java-language development tools. Applications and services built with VJ# .NET will run only on the .NET Framework and will not run on any Java Virtual Machine. Visual J# .NET and the Visual J# .NET Redistributable Package have been independently developed by Microsoft and are not endorsed or approved by Sun Microsystems, Inc.

System Requirements

To use the the Microsoft Visual J# .NET Redistributable Package, you need:

• Microsoft .NET Framework Redistributable of the same language version. Please see the Microsoft .NET Framework Web site for more information on .NET Framework Redistributable.

• Windows 2000 Server, Professional or Windows XP Professional.

• It is recommended that you install the .NET Framework Service Pack 1. If you do not have this service pack, you can obtain it from http://msdn.microsoft.com/netframework/downloads/sp1/default.asp.

Operating System - Windows NT 4.0 & 2000, Win XP

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=39930&area=search&ordinal=5

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eddie
 

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This is the sample code for Microsoft® Visual J#™ .NET (Core Reference), 0-7356-1550-0 by Microsoft Press.

System Requirements

The examples in the book have been built and tested using Microsoft Windows XP Professional and Microsoft Windows .NET Server (Beta 3). Apart from the examples in Chapter 15, the code will also run using Microsoft Windows 2000 (SP2 recommended). You will also need to have Microsoft Visual Studio .NET and Microsoft Visual J# .NET installed.

To run some of the examples, you will also need the following:
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or later
Internet Information Services
Microsoft .NET Framework Software Development Kit (SDK), which installs with Microsoft Visual Studio .NET

Operating System - Windows 98, NT4 & 2000, Windows Me, Win XP

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=41117&area=search&ordinal=1

Regards

eddie
 

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This is the sample code for Programming Microsoft® Windows® with Microsoft Visual Basic® .NET (Core Reference), 0-7356-1799-6.

System Requirements

To use the Companion Content you'll need to be able to compile and run Microsoft Visual Basic .NET programs. The system requirements are as follows:
Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, Microsoft Windows 2000, or Microsoft Windows XP
AND
Microsoft .NET Framework SDK -- can be downloaded from the link provided above (Minimum)
OR
Microsoft Visual Basic .NET (Preferred)
OR
Microsoft Visual Studio .NET (Best for multi-language development)
To run your Microsoft Visual Basic .NET programs on other computers requires the .NET runtime (also referred to as the .NET Framework redistributable package) to be installed on those machines. The redistributable package comes with the Microsoft .NET Framework SDK, Microsoft Visual Basic .NET, and Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. The redistributable package can be installed on the versions of Microsoft Windows listed above as well as Microsoft Windows 98 and Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition (Me).

Operating System - Windows 98, NT4 & 2000, Windows Me, Win XP

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=40364&area=search&ordinal=3

Regards

eddie
 

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This is the sample code for Sample Code: Programming with Managed Extensions for Microsoft® Visual C++® .NET, 0-7356-1724-4.

System Requirements

The first five chapters of the book require only the C++ compiler (version 13). The C++ compiler supplied as part of the Microsoft .NET Framework SDK does not produce optimized code, nor does it provide extensions like the unmanaged ATL Attribute Provider, but it is a fully featured C++ compiler that can be used for both managed and unmanaged C++ development. If you want to learn about the Microsoft .NET Framework, the C++ compiler is the place to start. The link provided above will connect you to the MSDN resource page for .NET, where you can download the Microsoft .NET Framework SDK.

The last two chapters of the book use features of Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. Microsoft Visual Studio .NET includes the full optimizing C++ compiler, and it also comes with unmanaged libraries: the complete CRT library, the standard C++ library, and the combined ActiveX Template and Microsoft Foundation Class libraries, all of which you can access from .NET code.

Operating System - Windows 98, NT4 & 2000, Windows Me, Win XP

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=40404&area=search&ordinal=1

Regards

eddie
 

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I have Visual Studio 2008 and I have an application that has a default icon for it and when I install the program on a different computer the icon does not show up....

it is the default icon that you specify under program properties....

any help?
 

A:Visual Studio Help!

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Can you compile C code, Visual Studio.Net? I just set the thing up, and cannot find my way around.

Any help or advice appreciated. Any good articles too.
 

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Does anyone know where I could buy vb6?

It could be visual studio or just Visual Basic 6....

Thanks everyone.
 

A:Visual Studio 6

I don't know much about these guys but that have VS6Pro for ~$270

http://www.compuviewus.com/store/ShowDetails.asp?txtProductName=SFT/VSTPRO6-OEM-OEM

They have other editions too just search their site.
 

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Hi all, my order of windows 7 is on the way but I wanted to solve a problem I would have once i installed it. Apparently Visual Studio 6 doesnt work with windows 7. I ordered home premium, so i wont be able to use XP mode. Anyone know any ways around this? Thanks

A:Help with win 7 and visual studio 6!

If you have an XP license, I would install Virtual Box and run XP in there. Link to virtual box below.

VirtualBox

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Cant run the VS 6.0 on Se7en.Tells something about the compatibility.Actualy i need something to run C++.Can someone tell me some good c++ programming software that would run on Se7en.

A:Visual studio

Why don't you try out the VS 2010 Beta, you can use it for almost a year.

Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 Beta 2

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Hello guys!!!

I am trying to lean c programming. I just installed in my PC a visual studio version licensed to the university I am studying at. Unfortunately whenever I write a code that just intends to display a message ("Hello world"), it seems that as soon as the message is displayed the ms-dos window closes automatically. I have seen in some PC´s on campus that these windows do not close until the user press "return". How can I set my equipment to do so.
 

A:Visual Studio.Net

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Okay, so I learned c++ on a unix machine and compiling with g++, and I'm just learning my way around VS. How do you create a self-executable prog/app from your 'solution' in VS. All I can do is build and run, but not familiar with how to distribute so that you can run the prog on other pc's without VS. Thanks!
 

A:help with visual studio c++

The .exe is saved in either Debug or Release of the solution directory. You want to build in Release before you distribute it.
 

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Is there a Visual Studio 2013 for 64 bit exclusively or does it only come out in 32 bit flavor ?? If there is a 64 bit Visual Studio please give me the link so as to where I can find it. Thanks.

A:Is there Visual Studio 64 bit ?

No, there is not. The only product in the visual studio family that has a 64bit version is Team Foundation Server.

I logged in with my MSDN account and there is nothing available other then 32bit versions of Visual Studio.

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hi all,

i m a newbie to freelance, and i m wondering if when we are developing a website for commercial uses, can we use the free edition software? like visual studio express? any limitation for the express version or any law issue i might got into?

any help is appreciated!! thanks!
 

A:visual studio

It's best to read the license agreement for each piece of software yourself, since one person's "free" license differs from anothers. I don't think that Visual Studio express has any restrictions on what you can do with your work (unless you packaged microsoft files with it, in which case you would get into trouble).
This is just my own memory though, so you really should verify it directly from the license.
 

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I have a database program that was created for me in Visual Studia and it is using Access. I have installed both Microsoft Visual Studio and Microsoft Access on 2 different PC's(both running Windows 98). Both are running the .Exe file that was created for the program and 1 of the PC's works fine but the other PC gives me the following error message.
[ADODC] Unknown Error [ADO]
When I press ok on the error another error comes up saying:
Error (48) Error in loading DLL

Do you have any idea why it would work fine on one PC but give errors on another PC?

Thanks,
Tammy
 

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Hey, I'm in a computer science course and I need some help with configuring my brand new Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003 program that I just bought (don't worry I got the student rate)..

I've been using the same program only a couple years older at the school labs, but now when I try to recreate the exact same simple (beginner C++) programs that I write at the school labs I get a couple REALLY ANNOYING errors...

This is the most basic program I could think of that I tried to just to test:

#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

int main()
{
cout << "Hello, I hope this works!" << endl;

return 0;
}

But even with a program as simple as this I get a couple of regular Build Errors such as:

LIBCD.lib(wincrt0.obj) : error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol [email protected] referenced in function _WinMainCRTStartup
Debug/Test.exe : fatal error LNK1120: 1 unresolved externals

Can someone PLEASE help me...

I chose a windows console project as my template thingy.... and used a blank work space then added in a blank .cpp file... then added the code.. and pressed build.... I don't do anything differently at school so what's the deal??

ANY help is much appreciated!!!
 

A:Visual Studio .NET Help!

I really don't mess with .net that much, but in studio.net 2002 here's a way that works.

open up a text editor and put the following in.

#include <iostream>
#include <stdlib.h>

using namespace std;

int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{

system("PAUSE");
return 0;
}
Make sure there is a line after the last bracket.

save it as test.cpp.

Now in studio.net, create a new project.

Select managed c++ empty project from the c++ projects.

type in a name for the project and click ok.

Then in the solutions explorer window, select the source files folder.

Then in the file menu, select add an existing item.

add the test.cpp file and build it.

That way works, but I'm not sure that's the best way since i don't really mess with the program.

That program above is just a command line program with a system pause. You should then be able to add whatever you want.

If you still get errors, there may be something else wrong.
 

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how do you use C++ ?

ok, remember, im on a basic level of programming C++ (just started learning OOP with classes, like the bag, sequence classes..and just got into pointers and dynamic arrays and all) ...

normally, i would just SSH from my home to the university and use emacs to program my files, then compile it using g++ and link the files and header files together and all ....

BUT i know here at school, all the computers have a copy of Visual Studio 6, which includes Visual Studio 6 C++ ...

but im lost in how i am able to use it !

i just tried to create and compile a program that just outputs "hi" and it gives me this active workspace errors, etc etc ....

like i do this program:
PHP:

#include <iostream>

using namespacestd;



int main()

{



cout <<"hi"<<endl;



return 
0;



}




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how can i tell a program to quit in the middle of the code, after say getting a user input that is not within the range asked for?
 

A:c++ visual studio'05

Either use abort() or exit() from the cstdlib. Please keep in mind that these routines only cleanup global destructor's and the stack objects. Any unallocated memory on the heap may not be touched, so you will need to cleanup for yourself.

exit() calls all routines registered with atexit(). Be default, the CRT registers all global destructor objects this way to insure all global objects are destroyed. properly. You can also register your own routines using this method. All routines are called in reverse order of when they were registered.

exit() takes the form:

Code:

void exit ( int status );

where status is the return code of the process. cstdio defines EXIT_SUCCESS and EXIT_FAILURE, you can use whatever though.

Heres an example:

Code:

#include <cstdlib> // include stdlib.h if using C

...somewhere in your code
if (condition_not_met) {

// quit
exit (EXIT_FAILURE);
}

I personally recommend against using this routine as it does not clean up the heap that can cause memory and resource leaks. There is no special routine for this. In other words, I recommend creating your own methods of termination and error/exception handlers to handle these cases.

An exception handler may be your best bet, assuming performance during error handling is not an issue.
 

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Hi all. Running Vista Home Premium on a Toshiba Laptop here. After a couple of failed installs of the 2005 SQL server, a few days ago (and its subsequent uninstall), tonight I began getting an error messages that Visual Studio and Visual Basic failed to run. I have since reinstalled Visual Studio C++ 2005 and am down to only one error message. Would I be better off to upgrade to the 2008 version that is available on the web and if so do I need to uninstall the 2005 version first? Thanks, as I have no experience with this particular software and don't know how critical it may or may not be to my system.

OS Name Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premium
Version 6.0.6002 Service Pack 2 Build 6002
Other OS Description Not Available
OS Manufacturer Microsoft Corporation
System Name xxx-xx
System Manufacturer TOSHIBA
System Model Satellite L305D
System Type X86-based PC
Processor AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual-Core Processor TK-57, 1900 Mhz, 2 Core(s), 2 Logical Processor(s)
BIOS Version/Date Insyde Corp. 1.50, 6/6/2008
SMBIOS Version 2.4
Windows Directory C:\Windows
System Directory C:\Windows\system32
Boot Device \Device\HarddiskVolume2
Locale United States
Hardware Abstraction Layer Version = "6.0.6002.18005"
User Name xxx-xx
Time Zone Central Daylight Time
Installed Physical Memory (RAM) 3.00 GB
Total Physical Memory 2.87 GB
Available Physical Memory 1.88 GB
Total Virtual Memory 5.95 GB
Available Virtual Memory 5.02 GB
Page File Space 3.16 GB
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When I started acmboot.exe I clicked yes to every popup. Then during setup I continuously get errors like:Setup can't open file at C:\VB6\SOMEFOLDER\SOMEFILE.{Abort} {Retry} {Ignore}I ignored all but now its not working. Please help!

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Hiya

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Regards

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I'm programming in C++.

I no longer get the message box that comes up after i click the "Start Debugging" button. i.e when there were code errors a box would pop up telling me there were errors and asking if i wanted to run the last known correct build. However this box no longer shows up(I must have clicked "always select this option") and if I have coded something incorrectly, the last known good build always runs. How do I get the option box back?

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Andy
 

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Hi;
I am having trouble installing Visual Studio.Net on a system running XP Pro with SP2.
When setup starts to install, I get a warning that some files must be installed to folder "\D\.0
There is no such folder, and attempts to create it are rejected by the file system (invalid folder name).
I have had other issues trying to install this software.

On another partition, I set up another install of XP Pro, but did not install SP2.
I was successful in installing VS 2003 on that partition. Afterwards, I installed SP2 and everything works fine.

Rather than switching back and forth between partitions, I would really like to get VS installed on my main partition.
I had a trial copy of VS 2005, but it has expired and I do not wish to upgrade at this time, since my only purpose for VS now is for education.

I have also looked at alternative C++ compilers that I can use for my lessons, but I really like Visual Studio better.

Any ideas?

Thanks

FW

P.s. Any way I could get an 'educational' copy of VS.Net 2005 really cheap (like around $100)?
 

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Looking at the installed programs on my Win 8.1 64-bit laptop I have several "Visual Studio" and "Visual C++" entries when I look at installed programs.
I am highly unlikely to ever need, or use these programs. Could I safely uninstall them? See below screenshot for the list of files I refer to.

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