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Posted on 1997-03-26
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I am a VB and Delphi Programmer and I am having the devil of a time trying
to get started with the book I just bought "Learn Visual C++ Now" from the
Microsoft press.  While tinkering around, I thought that I would get
familiar with the compiler.  I realize that it comes with VC++ 1.0 and I am
running on windows 95.  The problems that I am having are probably
unrelated to that, but I would like to resolve them nonetheless.  When I
load a program with quickWin Enabled, I can compile, build, link etc.  But
when I set the compiler to Windows .exe compile option, I can only Compile
my project.  Why is the linking etc. not selectable.  Am I not setting
something manually?  There is really nothing in the book that describes
this and the version of C++ comes with NO books because it is included with
this package.
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Thanks,
Paul Qualls
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There are three buttons on the toolbar: Compile, Build and Rebuild. Which button did you press? You don't need to set something manually. Or, try reinstalling it.
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