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Visual Studio 2017 RRS feed

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  • Have Visual C++ 6.0 loaded on Win 10, having issues, it was recommended to download and use Visual Studio 2017 which I have. Many differences, loaded my original C++ Source program, downloaded the C++ Microsoft compiler into the extension base, tried to compile, got an error on the "include" Library elements: Windows.h. Also "including" gl\gl.h, gl\glu.h, gl\glaux.h, stdio.h and math.h. Have only got a compile error on the include windows.h so far but being I am using the OpenGL libraries, may have to add also! All of the includes used to be in a directory, many in the old Visual C++6.0 library but where are they now? In an extension or? Please let me know. Also, what extensions to use to compile, build, debug and execute. Thanks, Sid Kraft. I know there is a lot new to learn but want to and that is a Plus!!
    Tuesday, May 29, 2018 6:13 PM