This is a shameful question for me to ask but how do i keep the debug window open... it keeps on closing automatically rather than me closing it manually.

I am using visual studios and it used to work when I just simply click (ctrl + f5). I doesn't work when i am comiling C....

Any ideas why this is happening?

if you have code::blocks, just open your project and find the main loop. there should be something like an exit case statement where you type something like Return EXIT_SUCCESS. at least in c++.

I see how that works in codeblocks, but how can i get this to work in visual studios (2012)? I don't really seee that in vs...

First: There are no shamefull questions.
Second: Why would you like to keep a debug window open when there is no program running in VS?

Also this article may be of interest.

First: There are no shamefull questions.

I find it a shameful question because I know how to do it, just for some odd reason it doesn't work well when i am running a c program.

Second: Why would you like to keep a debug window open when there is no program running in VS?

I am trying to view the program that i have compiled. A simple hello world is what i am trying to compile. I am doing this (to compile):

/* Hello World program */

#include<stdio.h>

main()
{
    printf("Hello World, I am writing in C");

}

I went through the link you provided, and i still can't keep that debug window open... even when i click (ctrl + f5)...

Any other clues and resources? Maybe a video in this case? I could be missing out on something.

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