Creating a C++ Win32 Console Application with Visual C++ 2010 Express

This shows how to create a new project for a Win32 Console Application, using Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Express Edition.

23 thoughts on “Creating a C++ Win32 Console Application with Visual C++ 2010 Express

  1. Same here I couldn't build the file. It fails to build it everytime I try 🙁 This is the message it shows(I named it 'apu' here):
    1>—— Build started: Project: apu, Configuration: Debug Win32 ——
    1>LINK : fatal error LNK1123: failure during conversion to COFF: file invalid or corrupt
    ========== Build: 0 succeeded, 1 failed, 0 up-to-date, 0 skipped ==========

  2. hi! i just getting Build failed everytime i am going to make a Hack for a game… Pls help, say what i do have to do to avoid this problem..

  3. Thank you so Much for this!!!!!This cleared up so much for me although it was kind of hard to hear. I watched numerous videos and this one helped. I had being trying to see the results of the Program thanks alot!!!

  4. It's amazing how this simple beginners piece of information is fracking NOWHERE to be found in the help bar of express or even in a 300 page book on C++ programming.

    Thank you.

  5. Thank you again.

    I sincerely wish that your coffee awakens you greatly, when you drink it with that intention.

    Thank you again.
    I have written a longer message explaining my mind, however Youtube character limitations and my poor CTRL+C CTRL+V using skills caused some of it to be lost.

    I am grateful.

  6. Your video has changed my state of mind from "frustrated+desperate" to "happy+hopeful". I don't think it is an extraordinarily good tutorial video, but it made me realize that I was not right clicking "Source Files" and then "Add" a new source file. That's why it did not work. Thanks to you, I have pulverized one of my obstacles on a very long and obstacle-full journey which is learning OpenCV.

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