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QuestionC coding to evaluate an arithmetic expression Pin
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GeneralRe: Why "make"? Pin
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It is the same as the compiler. You can let the IDE set the options and generate the command, or you can run it yourself in a command window. Programs such as cl (the C/C++ compiler), make etc., have existed for years, long before the IDEs were developed. The IDEs just try to make life easier for you. I have a Visual Studio project that does not run the standard way so I had to create my own Makefile to build it. You are free to do that with any of your projects if you want greater control over how they are built.
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QuestionChanged CMDIChildWnd to CMDIChildWndEx: does not show anything inside the frame Pin
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