Is it possible to use Visual Studio.Net to write a c++ code? (I know it has visual c++ but what about c++ itself?)
I am asking for the ones who are going to learn C++ not the ones who have already learnt it.
I use Visual Studio to write C# codes and my brother wants to learn programming (his plan is to start with c++). I dont know if he has to buy and install a new compiler or ....
Yes, if Visual C++ is installed, and it's not just Visual C#. Just do NOT choose a CLR project when creating a new project.
thank you for such a fast respons :)
yes we have
ATL-CLR-General-MFC-Smart Device-Test and Win32
Should he choose "General"
I remember C++ (I think I used to have Borland c++) has such instructions like "include <Iostream.h>" and ...
are they the same here in visual studio?
ATL/MFC/Win32 are C++ projects. The former might not be suitable for someone starting out since they are somewhat specialized.
ISO C++ includes statements such as #include <iostream> (without the .h).