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how can i run c++ program in visual studio 2013

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May 6, 2014 1:35:23 AM

I just installed Visual Studio2013 and it is a totally new thing for me.I tried to run c++ program in it but it did not include any standard library file(iostream,h,conio.h).Because of it i am unable to make the most basic program in it..................please help me through this!!!!!
May 6, 2014 1:41:31 AM

It may depend on edition you use. I got ultimate and I got option to create C++ project.
What edition you use? All beyond express should support all languages, but I think during installation you may choose which you want to support so maybe you did not install C++ support.
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May 6, 2014 1:48:40 AM

Sumit Aggarwal said:
I just installed Visual Studio2013 and it is a totally new thing for me.I tried to run c++ program in it but it did not include any standard library file(iostream,h,conio.h).Because of it i am unable to make the most basic program in it..................please help me through this!!!!!


Make sure that you have a version of Visual Studio that includes the Microsoft C/C++ tool chain.

Microsoft Visual Studio Express 2013 for Windows Desktop includes this toolchain. Other express versions may not. If you are a student you should be able to get access to Microsoft Visual Studio Ultimate through the MSDNAA.

PS: Don't use conio.h, it is not a standard header and is not part of any standard. Use stdio.h instead
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May 6, 2014 5:04:27 AM

Have you included the "use namespace std" directive in your program source?
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