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How can I compile and run a C++ program in Visual C++ 5.0,
because I have .dsw file.
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by:nhcuong
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sorry, because I haven't got .dsw file
                        ^^^^^^^^^^^^
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If you have the .dsp file you should be able to compile that.  Otherwise, if you have a .mak or .mk file you can run nmake on that OR import it into devstudio.  Devstudio will create a project out of a .mak file.  If not these two solutions, you may need to create a new project and simply add the neccessary files.
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by:Rajkumar_R
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Well ..i don't know whether it is as simple ..but
if you have the source code all you need to do is open it through VC++(through file menu )  and go to build menu and say build ..it will ask do you want to create a workspace ..say yes and rest it will do ...then you can execute it from the build menu itself !

If it is just a small program then you can go to dos prompt and use  " cl " compiler to do the job for you type cl /? to get different options !

If this works for you ...then let me know ..i will repost my comment as answer(After you reject the current one ) ..then you can give me points !


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