Question about MVC++

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    Question about MVC++

    Hello all, I hope to join your world of programming soon.

    I have a question that's bugging me for some time. Someone told me when I visited an old forum I forgot the name of it, but he said that Microsoft Visual C++ Standard doesn't really do good with Windows Programming in C++. I have the Standard version, and I wanted to ask you all if it is no good in programming, or if it's decent, or is this guy who told me Standard version of Microsoft Visual C++ is no good for Windows programming (He suggested I move up to Professional version, but I don't want to shell out extra cash unless necessary.)

    Thank you,

    ~zornedge
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    I only have standard version, and it does me fine for Windows Programming. Im not sure, but i remember hearing somewhere that you need the pro version to make commercial software. But i could be wrong here. Anyway to make my point, i wouldnt go out and by the pro version untill you have "joined the world of programming". Then you will know if the extra cash is worth it or not.
    arrh, i got nothing good to say.
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    You will do just fine with the standard version until you start to do enterprise programing and datebases. And it work great with windows, it's written by the same company that writes windows. big part of windows is written with MSVC. If you want you can go to http://msdn.microsoft.com/visualc/pr...feature.aspand find out what the exact differnce is between the versions

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    Not sure why this doesn't work. Put http infront of this
    msdn.microsoft.com/visualc/prodinfo/datasheet/feature.asp

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    Thanks for all your replys. I think I'll hold on to the standard for now.

    ~zornedge
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    Cool too bad you don't go to a WI tech school...

    hey man, it's too bad you don't go to a Wisconsin Technical College for programming, cause then you could get the Pro version of MS V studio for only 25 bucks (that's what i did-- mwahahahaha-- down with Microsoft's costs-- open source open source!!!)

    Anyway, i don't know if any other states have arrangements like that but you could check it out. Other wise the standard version would probably do, but the pro version allows you to sell your programs legally (notice i said legally-- haha)

    anyway - later
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