Visual C++ .NET
Hong Li
Introduction to .NET
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Microsoft announced in June
2000
A new software –development
model that allows applications
created in disparate
programming languages to
communicate with each other
Allows developers to create
Web-based applications
Introduction to .NET
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One key aspect of the .NET
strategy is its independence
from a specific language or
platform
Developer can create a .NET
application by using any
combination of .NET-compatible
languages
Introduction to .NET
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Programmers can contribute to
the same software project,
writing code in the .NET
languages in which they are
most proficient
Such as Visual C++.NET, C#,
Visual Basic.NET and many
others
Visual C++ .NET
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Known as a visual programming
language-the developer uses
graphical tools, such as Visual
Studio.NET, to create applications
Visual C++ uses MFC
.NET provides an additional library
for implementing GUI, networking,
multithreading and other capabilities
Visual C++.NET
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Visual C++.NET introduces Managed
Extensions for C++ that enable a
programmer to access the .NET
framework.
Programmers can use the .NET to create
objects that provide automatic memory
management
C++ -- standard C++
MC++ -- managed extension to C++
Visual C++.NET – compiler used to write
both managed and unmanaged code
How to use Visual Studio .NET
IDE( integrated development
environment)
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From Start->program
Click Microsoft visualStudio.NET
Click New Project to create a new
project
Or select a recent project on start
page
Or from file->new to create new
project
Or from file->open to open an
existing project
How to use VisualStudio.NET
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In pop-up window
select visual C++ projects in left
panel
 Select Console application in right
panel
 Give a name to the project by
Name
 Select a location where project will
be created
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Click OK
To create an unmanaged project (
write a standard C++ code)
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In pop-up window,
Click application setting
Select empty project
Click finish
To add a source file:
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From file->new->files
Or from solution explore window,
right click on source file and select
add->add new item (If you don’t see
solution explore window, from view>solution explore)
In pop-up window, click C++
file(.cpp) , name the file and select a
location and then click open.
Create a window project
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From File->new ->project
Select Windows form application
Name the project, select a
location then click ok.
Compile, build and exectute
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To compile a .cpp file,
Click build->compile
To build the project
Click build->Build Solution
To exectue
Click Debug->start without
Debugging
(You can run debug when you need
to)
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