Visual studio.net C++ Problem

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    Visual studio.net C++ Problem

    Ok I have the visual studio.net and i'm working through it on C so the problem is I Write the code and then it excutes perfectly but the only problem is if i end the program with a (printf()) i don't see it at the end, the program just terminates quickley. I am used to work on C-free and before it terminartes it always writes "Press any key to continue". So can anyone please help me with the problem as i'm just a beginner.

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    Seems familiar, I wonder if there's a FAQ?

    http://faq.cprogramming.com/cgi-bin/...&id=1043284385
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    Btw, why Microsoft allow us to compile C++ code into executeable file, but not for VB?

    *giggle*

    .NET is slow, never use it. (~^_^~)

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    Quote Originally Posted by audinue View Post
    Btw, why Microsoft allow us to compile C++ code into executeable file, but not for VB?
    It doesn't? What version of VB are you using?
    My VB projects compile into .exe files.

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    Express :P

    I've made a mistake: I bought Visual Basic 6 Pro, 8 years ago. After that, I know that VB slow thing down (performance) T_T
    When I tried VB 2005 Express (.NET), it getting worse!

    Delphi had a better speed but incredible strong syntax and BIG exe size. I love it. You write a program looks like writing a novel *giggle*

    Btw, the new GUI, language features, object-oriented style in latest Visual Studio is very-very-very impressive.
    You could make a cool but slow program just in a second.

    But, I still in love with performance

    .NET is slow, never use it (if you love speed).
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    Quote Originally Posted by audinue View Post
    Express :P
    The last VB project I wrote was using VB 6.0.
    I just tried it with VB 2008 express and it still makes a .exe, but from what I see in the compile options, it only creates .exe's for the .NET runtime.
    VB sucks anyways. That's why I don't use it anymore.

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