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jameske

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Hi,
Currently I have been looking at the C++ programing language. I have been using Microsofts Visual C++ 2005 Express Edition. I am wondering if this is the best way to learn C++. If not what programs are the best to use? (And free if possible!).

If so, I will keep using it. I just have a question on VC++; How do you compile/build your programs to run on other computers without installing Microsoft Visual C++?

Thanks,
Jameske

(Sorry if this question doesn't belong on this forum).
 

Hayato

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This question doesn't belog to this forum.

But you have to build your program embebbing the libraries you need. This is should be located somewhere in Project -> Preferences -> Linker/Libraries... (Do not build with librarires).
 
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