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Hi everybody,

i was planning to learn Visual C++ .net 2003 but don't know where to start.

Can somebody recommend a good link for the same.

Thanks in advance..

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If you're just starting with .NET I recommend that you download VS2005.net express. It's the newest version of Visual Studio and it's free for download on the microsoftsite.
Here's a link with some tuts. (2005) and here's the official tour...

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No i am planning to go ahead with .net 2003 for the time being.

I tried going throught the msdn online but its too cryptic .

What i need is how to go about basic console programming in VC++?

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I don't have 2003 but this is what I found on the net

1) File->Create Blank Solution
2) Select Visual C++ Projects -> Win32 Console Project.
3) Enter a name for the project (let's say you call it TEST and put it in <directory of your choice>).
4) Click Application Settings and check the Empty Project box (leave 'Console
application' radio button selected).
5) Click Finish.

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