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QuestionANSI C in VS 2010 Pin
Xpnctoc16-Feb-11 3:50
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First, I know this question isn't exactly ATL/WTL/STL. I see no category at all in CodeProject.com that really fits this question, so this is as close as I could get.

I'm trying to configure a project to accept only ANSI-C syntax. I have read articles that say this can be accomplished by using the /TC and /Za switches. However, I don't see where in the project properties to set them. From MSDN:

1. Open the project's Property Pages dialog box. For details, see How to: Open Project Property Pages.
2. Click the C/C++ folder.
3. Click the Advanced property page.
4. Modify the Compile As property.


PROBLEM: When I open the Project Property pages, there is *NO* "C/C++ folder". Can anyone on this forum be more helpful than MS's own documentation? Thank you.
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