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What kind of a project should I create if I want to develop a C++ application using standard libraries in visual studio?  Is it WIN32 Console, or what?

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Yes, "Win32 Console" would be the project type that let's you use all C++ features, including console I/O. "Win32" (without "Console") would create either a Windows GUI Project or a DLL Project.
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