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    i have given a name c2.cpp and saved in one of disk drives but hat traingle to run this program on the IDE screen is not getting enabled how can i share that screen shot here so that members on this forum could understand where is the problem on code block IDE .

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    unable to install turbo c++ due to error DOWNLOAD AND INSTALL .NETFRAMEWORK version =-ide-code-block-screnshot-png

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    You need to create a project.

    Something like File->New...->Project...
    Then create a console project from the options available.
    Then copy/paste the code you have into the blank source file it starts you off with.
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    any updates please?

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    c++ problem

    i did try to run below program after installing code block software but there is no option to compile and run it why is it so can anyone please help?
    Code:
    #include <iostream>
    
    
    using namespace std;
    
    
    int main()
    {
          cout << "\n\n Print the sum of two numbers :\n";
        cout << "-----------------------------------\n";
        cout << " The sum of 29 and 30 is : "<< 29+30 <<"\n\n" ;
    }
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salem View Post
    You need to create a project.

    Something like File->New...->Project...
    Then create a console project from the options available.
    Then copy/paste the code you have into the blank source file it starts you off with.
    Is there a reason you ignored Salem post?

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    Are you trolling around or are you just that stupid? You have C::B on either full screen or you've disabled all the different Tabs. Enable them and you can see the options/buttons again. You could also look for those options under the Build Tab.

    1- Create a Project from the File Menu. Console Project would be the easiest to go with. You'll now have a main.cpp file setup with some default code.
    2- Write a simple program and hit Build + Run, or first Build it and then run it to test it.

    This is how a typical Project will be displayed under the Project Section. You give your Project a name when creating a Console Project. You could also instead start from an empty project and add your cpp files as and when you need one by left clicking on your project and choosing the Add option. There are several ways of doing things. Try Google for how to use C::B.

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