11-12-07, 05:20 PM #1
Where do you write programs
where do you actually write a program to make it work? How do you run it?
11-13-07, 08:40 AM #2
You could use an IDE (integrated development environment)
"Visual studio" is one example of an IDE. It's basically an application that allows you to create more programs/applications (for windows).
You can also run your new program within the IDE as well as debug it.
If you wanted to learn about it, you can try this:
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