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    about microsoft visual studio 2010

    in the enviroment settings during the installation i choosed c++

    while i click play its says to me this program is out of date whats wrong ppl?

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    Re: about microsoft visual studio 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by shimi1980 View Post
    while i click play its says to me this program is out of date whats wrong ppl?
    By "Play" you mean "Start Debugging", right?
    Check your Tools\Options\Projects and Solutions\Build and Run page. What is selected in "On Run..." dropbox?
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    Re: about microsoft visual studio 2010

    Visual Studio 2010 has changed the way it builds application solutions. It has a new "build" engine that applies much more strict rules when building a solution. This issue is a know problem for many people who have converted over to VS2010. If you feel that your code is not in error, I would suggest you take a look at this. It should help you find why the compiler thinks your porjects are not up to date. Also, this explains what many people are experiencing with VS2010.

    BTW...I currently have an open incident with Microsoft to resolve the same problem with my code.
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