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Hey guys ,

 

Started study and teacher want us to open VS at home and train about #C.

 

How I do it ? I dont have #C option in new project..

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Puni, I would love to help. Any screenshots would be helpful. Can you tell me how you got the install for VS?

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Hmm the VS came with pc I guess, never downloaded it.

 

Just had the file - VS installer 2017.

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Hmm the VS came with pc I guess, never downloaded it.

 

Just had the file - VS installer 2017.

 

It is C# for the record and take a screenshot of it. Some of us have some experience with VS and might be able to help you out :)

 

EDIT: There is also a community version of VS, much lighter than the full version and still useful for at least learning to use it.

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VS comes in different versions (like stated by Jhonny above)

 

you can download different packages

I work a lot with SQL code, and just downloaded the new SSDT https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/ssdt/download-sql-server-data-tools-ssdt

 

Or for you C# you can check the market place: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=ms-vscode.csharp

 

Hope this does the trick. Have fun :)

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VS comes in different versions (like stated by Jhonny above)

 

you can download different packages

I work a lot with SQL code, and just downloaded the new SSDT https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/ssdt/download-sql-server-data-tools-ssdt

 

Or for you C# you can check the market place: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=ms-vscode.csharp

 

Hope this does the trick. Have fun :)

 

Just followed one of your links. C# is up to ver 7.1. I gotta get my head back into the development side of things. Falling behind. :)

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Doesn't matter which version of VS you have- whether it's Community or Professional, all can create C# projects. If memory serves me correctly, you don't need to specify anything in the installer either.

IDE support is baked in, unlike Eclipse or NetBeans, where you need to install the module.

Gonna check the VS installer to see if there is an option. You said it came on the PC... this is one your school issued? Or your home PC? Software like VS never come preinstalled, unless it barebones for a debug platform or something like that.

 

Anyways, you might need to run the installer. Here's the link for the download page: https://www.visualstudio.com/downloads/

Click on the "Community" version unless you have a Dreamspark/Imagine license.
(If you have a license key on a business card, you're going to need to make a profile on Microsoft Imagine, confirm your school, and download VS Professional from your Imagine downloads page.)

Note to redy, that's for Visual Studio Code- a text based editor for coding like Sublime Text, emacs, Notepad++. Not the Visual Studio IDE. ;)

 

I will edit this post with screenshots of what to look for in the new project box.

EDIT1: Clarification and typo fixes.

First round of screenshots from VS 2013 Professional, which is what I use.
Installation options:
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New project window:
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Just noticed I need C. and not C# or C++..

 

Does VS 2017 can support it (I mean open project in C only and not cpp, cant find it)

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If you can create C++ projects in your install of VS, do it that way. Just name your source files with the .c extension. For compiling in C, follow this little guide (https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb384838.aspx?f=255&MSPPError=-2147217396)

 

If you aren't required to use VS for C development, check out Codeblocks IDE orVS Code with the c/c++ plugin and compile with mingw64. I used Codeblocks when I was in college, and it worked great for me since they only had emacs on a Solaris install available to us in the lab...

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Puni, did you ever get this going for yourself? I'm curious how you are doing with your class. My CS classes were always my favorite in college.

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You can compile a C file to a dll with VisualStudio in Windows.

 

If You need a.so for unix,Linux, You need Cygwin in Windows.

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