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How to Organize Project Output

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Hello Everyone,

I'm finishing up on a small console app and was wondering how I go about organizing the project output into separate folders and such.  Right now it just dumps everything into the debug folder.  I would like to organize it somewhat into folders like:

Debug
   - Executable and supporting files
Debug\lib
   - Referenced libraries

Thanks in advance for any help.
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