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    How do you compile in Visual C++ 2005 Express Edition Beta?
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    is the compiler disabled in this???

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    can anyone help please ?

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    1) google: Visual C++ 2005 Express Edition Beta

    2) Read.

    3) Look for something that says the compiler is disabled.

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    Click on build -> Build Solution

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    After you press Build Solution, Press Debug now, that will run through the code then show you your output, it's a little more complex than the other one I use which is DevC++, but I use both, and use MSV2005C++ on larger apps, also , some of the synatx is diffrent, takes a while to learn what both compilers can do

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    Debug now ???...
    katocan, right click on the tool bar. Go to customize -> commands -> debug -> start without debuging. drag that button on the toolbar. Click on it and you app will run normally.

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    also.. if you want to run your program.. i think the keyboard shortcut is CTRL+F5
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    thanks people, ill try them out.

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    it will only allow me to compile if its a project but it wont let me run em ? this is alot more confusing than Dev C++

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