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Visual Studio 2008 C++ Issue!

Discussion in 'Programming & Scripting' started by BL4CKXHAWK, Jun 19, 2009 with 4 replies and 901 views.

  1. BL4CKXHAWK

    BL4CKXHAWK Enthusiast

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    OK I am practicing my programming by creating a basic program that i know works and whenever i try to compile or debug VS just gives me this stupid error. Anyone have a solution to my problem? Any help and support is appreciated!


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    EDIT: i am now getting this error message when i try to compile a program.


     
  2. confused5

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    FYI: cin.get() needs to be before return 0 since the latter ends the main function. As for the error, i found this on msdn: Fatal Error C1033 (C++)
     
  3. Ibdc

    Ibdc VIP VIP Retired

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    If what confused said isn't it, then make sure the program isn't running in the background. If it is, end it with task manager.
     
  4. OP
    BL4CKXHAWK

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    ok it is no longer giving me that "unable to start program" error but it now gives me this in the bottom,
    heres a pic.

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    As for what confused5 said, I already looked at that site and i still don't understand how to fix it. :cursing: thanks though
     
  5. Haxalot88

    Haxalot88 VIP VIP

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    Right-click your Projects folder, go to properties. Please make sure it is not Read-Only (there is a checkbox), if it is then uncheck it, go to OK, and apply the setting to that folder, and all sub folders and files.
     

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