Nope. It puts them in the "Debug\" and "Release\" by defaultFinally, from my limited experience with Microsoft Visual C++, I think it puts your executable in a Debug/ or Release/ subdirectory of the main project directory, depending on which mode you compiled the program in.
But it's possible to change this. I typically specify...
...as output directory.
Which defaults to something like (Path_to_your_solution)\Application\Debug.
There are my app including any dlls and such it may need. So it isn't littered by all the intermediate files (which are placed in the intermediate directory by default. Handy.
Nope, that would be "..\input.in"You could try using "../input.in" or copying/moving the input file to this subdirectory.