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Write and Run C (C++) Program in Visual Studio 2010/ 2012 / 2013

Aug 11, 2016
Introduction

Here I will explain how to write and run c or c++ program in visual studio 2010 / 2012 / 2013 or execute c / c++ programs in visual studio 2010 / 2012 / 2013 or how to use visual studio to run c / c++ programs with example
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In previous articles I explained visual studio keyboard shortcut keys, zoom in / zoom out options in visual studio to increase font size, visual studio tfs key is not valid for use in specified state, asp.net mvc project template types in visual studio
and many articles relating to visual studio, asp.net, c#, vb.net, JavaScript and jQuery. Now I will explain how to write and execute c / c++ programs in visual studio 2010 / 2012 / 2013 with example.

To write and run c / c++ programs in visual studio you need to follow below steps.

First open visual studio Go to File --> New --> Project like as shown below

Once we click on Project new window will open in that Go to Visual C++ Project Templates in left side and if you found Win32 section that would be fine otherwise go to Extensibility --> select Install visual studio extensibility for Visual C++ and Click OK to install C++ extensions in visual studio like as shown below

Once we click OK button it will install Visual C++ extension in our visual studio. Now reopen visual studio you will find Win32 option in Visual C++. Now select Win32 Console Application --> Give name to Application and click OK like as shown below.


Once we click OK button it will show Win32 Application wizard in that click Next to continue like as shown below

In next step make sure Console Application selected and select Empty project and click Finish like as shown below

Now right click on your project Select Add --> New Item like as shown below


Now a new dialog will open in that select C++ File and give name to that file. Here we will see file name with .cpp extension we need to change that extension to .c and click OK like as shown below


Now open file and write the code like as shown below


#include<stdio.h>
#include<conio.h>
void main()
{
printf("Running C from Visual Studio");
getch();
}

In case if you are getting any error for “getch()” please change that one to “_getch()”. Now we will run the program for that just click F5 button or build the application directly from visual studio. We will get output like as shown below

I hope it helps you to run the c / c++ programs from visual studio.

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