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QuestionBuild info of a C program in Visual Studio Pin
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jmaida10-Dec-22 17:36
jmaida10-Dec-22 17:36 
Unload what? edit what? Not options in VS I can find.
Visual Studio is not my IDE of choice. I use CodeBlocks with C. It's much more traditional and straight forward. VS is a nightmare made by too many cooks. Trying to satisfy with too many options. They have taken their eye off the ball. For example, there is not one single command to run a program other than the less than obvious F5. Instead it's select debug, select start debugging. Using VS is trying to solve a problem of writing code with a extra problem of wrestling with VS to write code. Guess I am getting too old. Thanx for the advice. I asked for it.
"A little time, a little trouble, your better day"
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Dave Kreskowiak10-Dec-22 18:50
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