Where to Go Next (C++)

Congratulations! You have completed the Guided Tour. You should now understand the various elements of the Visual Studio IDE, and be able to build, debug, test, and deploy applications that are written with Visual Studio. You should also know how to use the various kinds of applications that you can create with Visual C++, including command-line applications, Windows applications, and libraries.

The following links provide detailed information about the C and C++ languages, the libraries that are included with Visual C++, and the Visual Studio Integrated Development Environment.

Reference

  • Visual C++ Libraries Reference
    Contains reference material for the many libraries that are included with Visual C++, such as the C Runtime Library, the Standard C++ Library, ATL, MFC, and more.

  • C/C++ Languages
    Provides information about the C and C++ languages, such as language keywords, language grammars, and more.

  • .NET Framework Class Library
    Provides information about the interfaces and types that are included in the .NET Framework.

Next Steps

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Tasks

Visual C++ Guided Tour