to run a demo of a VC++ project

Posted on 2007-07-31
Last Modified: 2013-11-20
i have a VC++ 6.0 project and i have the following file like .dll, msvcp70.dll, and .dsw and .sln file, which one should i have to use in order to run a demo.
Question by:suoju1
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    if it is a VS6 workspace : In order to compile and run a demo you suppose to open your workspace .dsw in VS6 and build to make executable and then run.

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    You may use WNetGetUser()

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    sorry Ignore : comment in a wrong thread.

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