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Want to know how to handle VISUAL STUDIO?

I am a beginner. I know little bit of C. I start my programming in DEVCPP. Now I want to create some small projects, so I want to know how VISUAL STUDIO works, anybody help me?

17th May 2024, 3:40 AM
Debajyoti Das
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Visual Studio is a powerful integrated development environment (IDE) that supports various programming languages and platforms. Whether you're working on desktop applications, web development, game development, or machine learning, Visual Studio provides a comprehensive set of tools to streamline your workflow. Let's get started with some basics: 1. **Installation and Setup**: - First, download and install the latest version of [Visual Studio Community 2022](https://visualstudio.microsoft.com/vs/getting-started/). It's free for learning and individual use. - During installation, you can choose specific components to install based on your needs. You can always add more components later if necessary┬╣. 2. **Personalization and Themes**: - Visual Studio allows you to personalize the IDE to match your preferences. You can choose themes, customize window layouts, and set up keyboard shortcuts. - If you prefer a dark theme or have specific preferences, explore the personalization options ava
17th May 2024, 10:42 PM
Hayk Antonyan
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I donÔÇÖt know C, but I hated my experience with Visual Studio. ItÔÇÖs a subscription app that has like three layers of installers. It is so big that it has its own separate package manager to install it and anything you want for it before it even runs.
17th May 2024, 4:18 AM
Wilbur Jaywright
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Hayk Antonyan no, VS community edition is not in fact free. ItÔÇÖll ask you to start paying in about a month.
17th May 2024, 11:58 PM
Wilbur Jaywright
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vs community edition is totally free but i agreed, it's not all that good cos i had bad experience using vs, notably the poor syntax highlighter etc. I would suggest jetbrains CLion. i have been using it for 3yrs and its just the best IDE out there for C and C++ related project
18th May 2024, 12:36 AM
White Shadow
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Visual Studio code is free but also has paid versions. I would suggest using visual Studio because, all are accessible in one place. Because, of extentions. If you want extention for c. Press Ctrl + Shift + X. It will open the window. In the search bar. Search c debug. And install it. And follow the instructions to activate the extention. it has different themes. And most popular app across the world. I hope it helps. Happy c journey!
18th May 2024, 2:54 PM
Vidhya Tharan
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