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How to create .rc (resource) file and program it?

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We have c/c++ app written using microsoft visual studio .net 2003,can somebody provide resource link to learn how to create .rc file in microsoft visual .net 2003, basically I need  to provide .enu/.jpn files for a c/c++ application to work together.
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In case you don't want to do this via .NET, the old fashioned way would be to
(1) open the project in VS2003
(2) Right-click on the project in the Solution Explorer window to bring up a context menu
(3) Select 'Add' then 'Resource' from the context menu. This will give you a selection of resource types to create, including a "custom" button for user-specified types.

This will create the resource files for you.
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