Is C plus plus same as Microsoft Visual C plus plus Express Edition?
Your question request a comparison between apples and pears. C++ is a programming language. Microsoft Visual C++ Express is one of many development tools that you can use to create programs using the C++ programming language.
Microsoft Visual C++ Express supports native C++ development, and supports development in 'managed C++,' a Microsoft-specific derivative of the C++ language, aimed specifically at the .NET platform.
Yes, it can.
The express edition of Microsoft Visual C++ is free. The non express editions range in price between a few hundred dollars US to tens of thousands of dollars US depending on team integration and technical support.
Use the Microsoft support website to locate the error message and the solution to the error.
No. Visual C++ Express is free, but Visual Studio C++ must be bought. The Express edition is a subset of the Studio release.
The Express edition of C++ does not require a serial code. It is free.
Dev c++ is a good tool, but it's outdated. VS is the best for software development especially with shareware license.
Is there a way to program speech recognition in c plus plus with the express edition not the visual studio version?
The express edition's C++ implementation is no different to the visual studio implementation. It is the exact same language.
Figured out how to write simple c plus plus programs but I can't find something that is not way to fancy to use to compile and run it any suggestions preferably online downloads?
Try using Microsoft Visual Studio Express Edition (http://www.microsoft.com/express/Windows/). It's free and it's relatively easy to use.
Microsoft developed Visual C++.
Yes. Microsoft Visual C++ is the correct name, but it is often abbreviated to MSVC++ or just VC++. They are all the same.
There are several C++ development environments that you can download. Some are free, some are not free. The most popular for the Windows environment is Microsoft Visual Studio. It is available in various paid, as well as free (express) editions. Take a look at www dot microsoft dot com/visualstudio/en-us/products/2010-editions/express. You can also get to the paid versions from here, as well as download a 90 day trial edition of the $549 professional edition.
It is part of the Visual Studio IDE from Microsoft. You can also buy it separately.
Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 was the 6th incarnation of Microsoft Visual C++ 32-bit, released in 1998. Other than supporting legacy Windows software there is no real need for it these days. It has been surpassed several times over by Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 with Microsoft Visual Studio 11 currently in beta as of April 2012.
You have many choices available. Microsoft Visual C++ (or the free C++ Express), Embarcadero C++Builder and gcc are three of most popular versions of the language.
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Microsoft Visual C++ is specifically intended for writing Windows applications of any kind.
By the looks of it, you can't download VB6 anymore, as this item has been discontinued. Plus VB6 was a commercial product - so you won't get it for free, however you may find it for a cheap price on eBay. You can download VB6 for free if your school is among the ones with agreement with Microsoft. Please note, the download would be for educational purposes only. You can get Visual Basic 2008 Express… Read More
There are many free C++ compilers. Here's a list of the most well-known. For Windows: Microsoft Visual Studio Express http://www.microsoft.com/express/Downloads/#2010-Visual-CPP Turbo C++ Explorer http://www.embarcadero.com/products/cbuilder For Linux: GCC http://gcc.gnu.org For Mac OS X: Xcode http://developer.apple.com/tools/xcode
Visual Studio Express.
The term "expansion of MFC" is meaningless. Note that the Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC) library has nothing to do with C++. The MFC is a library designed by Microsoft for use in Microsoft Visual C++.
Microsoft VC++ 1.0 was released in February 1993, about 10 years after Microsoft C 1.0 first appeared. The 32-bit version was released in December 1993 while the 64-bit version wasn't released until Visual Studio 2005 came out.
Microsoft Visual C++ or Embarcadero C++ Builder (formally Borland C++ Builder).
Yes, it is. Just make sure that you it though "Programs and Features" (Windows 7).
Does the Solidworks COM non-attributed add-in wizard work in Visual C plus plus 2010 Express or Visual Studio 2012 Ultimate?
The simple answer is yes, it works in both.
If you use microsoft's "Visual C++ Compiler" whoever is going to use your program needs the redistributable installed.
The password character is usually an asterisk. ASCII code 42 (hex:2a).
No, it does not. But Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 allows you to connect to a virtual machine and run your projects "sandboxed".
To delete Microsoft Visual C/C++, like any other Windows program, simply uninstall it using Control Panel / Add-Remove Programs. For additional information, consult the readme that came with the original program.
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The main advantage is that it is created (and used) by Microsoft and is therefore ideally suited to Windows-platform programming. The main disadvantage is that it is created by Microsoft, has a non-standard implementation and is not ideally suited to cross-platform coding.
Visual Studio is a developement environment that can support many different languages like C++, j#, Basic, etc. "Visual" is added to the names because Microsoft has tweak the langauages a bit in order to integrate the .Net functionality and other features the would like to support. C++ is a stand alone languages that was incorperated into Visual Studio package.
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You can "find" C++ in most integrated development environments, including Microsoft Visual Studio, Code::Blocks, C++ Builder, Dev-C++, to name but a few.
No, you do not need SQL*Server, Oracle, or any RDBMS with MS Visual C/C++. It is optional. You would only need it if you wanted to develop database aware software with ODBC, OLE, OCI, or any of the RDBMS protocols.
Visual C++ Express http://www.microsoft.com/exPress/ is the best place to get a full C++ IDE (Integrated Development Environment). There are many other IDEs around, but I find this is the best one. Other IDEs: Eclipse http://www.eclipse.org/cdt/ Code::Blocks http://www.codeblocks.org/ Bloodshed Dev-C++ http://www.bloodshed.net/devcpp.html
There are several, but the best (in many people's opinion) is Microsoft's Visual Studio 2010 Express. See the Related Link below for the URL.
Microsoft Foundation Class Library is in fact used by VC++. MFC is an application framework that wraps portions of the Windows API in C++ classes, including functionality that enables them to use a default application framework.
The complete history of Visual C++ can be found in the "Visual C++" article in Wikipedia.
There are several free implementations of C++. One of them is Microsoft's express versions of Visual Studio. See the Related Link below for more information.
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C++ is a language specification rather than a specific implementation of the language. Visual C++ is a specific implementation as is GCC. Specific implementations can be downloaded from the appropriate implementer's websites. E.g., Visual C++ is available from Microsoft while GCC is available from the GNU Compiler Collection website.
No, M$ Windoze only.
C++ is an object oriented programming language marketed by Microsoft. The runtime library differs depending on the programming language used, but generally, it is the mechanism used by the program compiler that allows a program to run. It is integral to the proper functioning of user generated code.
MSVC++ is a brand name (part of the Microsoft Visual Studio suite of programming tools). The only real difference is the inclusion of all the necessary headers and library files required to create programs specifically for the Microsoft Windows operating systems. There are some Microsoft-specific elements to some of the C++ implementations, but these are designed to augment rather than detract from standard C++. While there are some "visual" elements, such as forms and dialogue… Read More
Yes!Visual Java plus plus and Java Builder is different from the Java language?
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C++ doesn't use a framework; it is a general purpose, object oriented programming language derived from the C programming language. Specific implementations, such as Microsoft Visual C++, make use of frameworks.
Microsoft Visual Basic is a high-level language that relies on the Microsoft Visual Basic runtime library. As such, code written for Visual Basic will not run outside of Windows. VB also has no native low-level features, such as pointers. Although it is possible to make use of pointers, the methods required to do so deeply compromise the built-in safety the language provides. Microsoft Visual C++ is designed for developing Windows programs using C++ language, but… Read More
The runtime library is a collection of routines that implements basic functionality of the platform. Routines such as I/O, memory control, startup, shutdown, common system functions, etc. are located in the runtime library.