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1 Department of Computer Science Using Microsoft Visual C++ Version 6 By Andreas Grondoudis INTRODUCTION...2 THE IDE, IT S FILES AND TOOLS...2 YOUR FILES FOR ANY 325 PIECE OF WORK USING V6...3 STARTING WITH MICROSOFT VISUAL C IF YOU ARE GOING TO CREATE STANDALONE PROGRAMS...4 IF YOU GOING TO CREATE CLASS AND OTHER SUPPORTING FILES,...6 PROGRAMMING TIPS

2 Introduction In here you will find information on what is included in the IDE how to start creating your source files and what you need to do in order to compile and run a program. Also in these pages you will find information on how to work with projects and how to manipulate classes and objects. The pages of the document contain images showing screen captures which (depending on your connection speed) might delay a little in loading. I appreciate your patience (it is for your benefit after all) The IDE, it s files and tools The Microsoft Visual C++ system is Is one of the most popular development tools around Is a complete development solution tool that gives the user the ability to build complete windows API based applications It comes complete with an integrated development environment IDE It is equipped with a large variety of tools to assist the developer For the purposes of this course you will not be expected to use advanced feature of the tool. What will be expected is that you should be able to create your:.cpp files, i.e. the C++ source files that include the code for your programs.h files, i.e. the header C++ files that include the code for the classes for your programs You will also find that creating projects and workspaces is something that the tool requires. This is a 'good' thing because this way you actually keep everything under one 'roof'. 2

3 Notice that in my installation, I included the 'Microsoft Visual C++ Docs', the online help system. It is imperative that whatever tools you install, you should always try to have the documentation of the language/tool together. Often you find yourself stuck with a problem because you don't recognize some meaning or keyword or library. Using the help system can assist you greatly. TIP: The documentation of the tool also called MSDN (for Microsoft Developer Network) is context sensitive. This means that were ever you are in your program and you are editing code, just be pressing F1 you can get any available (if applicable) help for the cursor focused word. Your files for any 325 piece of work using v6 As already mentioned the material concentrates on instructing you on the basic language skills. For this, we will only be dealing with:.cpp files (the extension is registered with the system and the IDE opens up whenever you double-click on a.cpp file). A file with this extension is a C++ source file. It contains program execution commands for standalone applications or supporting methods when it is used as a supporting file for a class definition..h files (the extension is also registered with the system and the IDE opens up whenever you double-click on a.h file.). These are header files with two main stream usages o When used as part of class, they are used to hold the actual class specification and declarations o When used as part of standalone application they can be used to store any commonly used methods or constants that we sometimes want to use in multiple applications. The above two file types are the ones that we are going to be using. When creating projects and classes and workspaces, there are certain other files that the IDE creates for us (but we don't need to worry about them) 3

4 Starting with Microsoft Visual C++ Whatever your target is you can do it with the IDE. Be it simple, standalone programs (as part of an assignment) or complete solution for a client, the tool provides the capabilities of dealing with everything. If you are going to create standalone programs All you have to do is to start up the tool and when the initial wizard comes up switch to the 'Files' tab and select a 'C++ Source File'. Use the 'file name' text field to enter the file name you would like to create and use the 'location' text field to specify where you would like the file created. Have a look at the screen capture below Following that the text editor will start and you can commence editing your code. Once you typed in your program, save the file and try compiling, linking and building the application. I created simple 'intro.cpp' file under 'c:\' here is the code for it. All I have to do now is compile and build the project. For this I have to use the shortcut buttons made available in the toolbars (and circled in bright green above). The first icon on the left is the compile shortcut and the one next to it is the build (that does the linking). Clicking on the compile will just compile the source file, clicking on the build will compile and link and generate a.exe file for your application (provided that everything is as it should be). After trying the build shortcut you will be faced with the following dialog 4

5 The IDE works in general with projects. By convention you have a location where you save all the related files and that is the location of the project along with the so called 'workspace' for the project. We have not created a project or a workspace but the IDE needs some location to use for temporary files etc. You should answer yes to the dialog and the IDE will use the current location of the file you are editing to create a number of files and configure the default workspace. The face of your IDE will now change a little bit and the left hand side will come up with a pane that you can see the classes or files for the workspace. See the capture below: You can switch between viewing the classes defined (not applicable here) or just seeing the files that have been made part of the default workspace (and project). When working with standalone file you don't really have to worry about the project and files and classes (so I'll stop here). When you try and build, the output section of the IDE comes up and provides you with feedback on the progress of the operation you requested. It appears at the bottom of the IDE and as you can see has a number of tabs related to specific operations. 5

6 If you program was correct syntactically, then no error would have been reported and the program will be ready for running. If there were errors (as was the case in this simple example) then the output would either warn you about them (if they were not severe) or report an error to signify that you need to do something about this program before it is complete. In this simple example, intentionally I neglected to insert a 'return 0' statement at the end of the main so the compiler has warned me about it. If I correct the mistake and try building again Following a successful compilation and linking your program is ready to be run. All you have to do is just click on the read exclamation point to a couple of buttons to the right of the build button This will result in the program being run by the IDE and the output of your program being generated as seen below The first line is the program running, and the second line is something that the tool has incorporated in order for you to actually see the operation of the program. If you going to create class and other supporting files, It is a more appropriate solution to actually create dedicated workspace and project file for your class-utilising piece of work. When you start working on a class based project you are better off using a more structured approach to the files that you are going to use and to the location that you are going to save them. Since files need to know about other files I suggest that you make them all part of the same project which you create and use under an individual workspace. Therefore, when the startup dialog of the IDE comes up you switch to the projects tab and you: Select a win32 console application You type in the location directory for the project (say 'c:\vc98') You type in the name of the project (say 'into') What will happen then after you click ok is that the IDE will go to c:\vc98 and create a new subfolder with the name 'intro'. You can actually see the folder name being added to the location text field as you type it in (in the project text field). Note, the radio button that is selected underneath and will (by default) create a new workspace for that project 6

7 Following a click on the OK button at the bottom, a single-step wizard will come up to ask you about what console application you would like to create. Select the 'An empty project' radio button and click 'finish'. A final confirmation dialog comes up with some details of the project/folders to be created. OK that and the IDE is now ready for your developing the classes Use the insert menu and select the new class option 7

8 A dialog comes up and asks you for basic details of the class that you want to define for the project As you type the name in, you can see the 'file name' field being updated with the details. Click OK and the class will be added to the intro project classes. The IDE will even create an empty constructor and the destructor you. See below All you have to do is double-click on the method name and the editor will open up at that method. See below 8

9 From then on it is up to you to do the typing and the class will start to form. Switch to the FileView tab... and you will have another view of the project. You will be able to see and edit source file, header file and other related material. If you double click on any branch link the relative file will be opened inside the editor on the righthand-side pane 9

10 Never mind the long (difficult to follow) names for the class name. All you have to do is replace those with whatever you want. If we were then to add a new method to the class say another constructor with a single integer argument that method will appear in the ClassView of the project 10

11 You can use the FileView to manipulate and files that are related to the project. If you right click on any of the folders you get options to allow you to add folders, add files compile the project or individual files. Look at the table below to see some examples right-clicking on 'intro files' right-clicking on source files 11

12 right-clicking on myclass.cpp right-clicking on myclass.h At this point you should be ready to create your own classes. This means The header file(s) for the class specification together with The supporting.cpp file. Remember, usually, a class on its own does not do anything. You need to have another.cpp file that will include a main method. It is the code that you will write in the main function (of this.cpp file) that will: Create objects based on your class Manipulate these objects according to the required functionality as described in the an assignment To give you a more complete example; please see below for two screen captures relating to an assignment that will have you creating a car class (the.h and the.cpp) as well as: 1. An additional.h file to keep constants 2. An additional.cpp file to include the main (usually called the driver program) 12

13 the class view the file view In the file view you can see car.h the header file for the class finals.h a header file with some constants I created car.cpp the class-supporting file w5.cpp the.cpp file that includes the main method 13

14 Programming tips 1. You have to be patient and persistent. Programs can take a while to complete. Don t give up 2. The compiler has nothing against you, as do the keyboard, monitor and case. They are just doing their job. 3. C++ is case sensitive. This means that String is not the same as string and cout is not the same as Cout 4. The compiler is very rarely wrong. If it is reporting a mistake then it means that you do have a mistake somewhere (see point 6 below) 5. When you do get 10 or even 100 scrolls worth of mistakes don t despair. Usually mistakes at the beginning of the program can cause many mistakes later on. What you should do is scrollback at the top of the mistakes window and try an correct the first few.. 6. Quite often mistakes are reported on lines that when you see them no mistake exists. This, 99% of the times, means that there is mistake somewhere above in the program. If the code is in a loop somewhere; look at the loop first and then look and the method that the loop was in and so on. Try and double-check related code (close and sometimes far) to the mistake reporting line. 7. When you do copy and paste code that you don t want to retype you have to take care (and remember) to make any minor required changes. Quite often, especially when we have to paste the code in more than one place what you do is: paste everywhere first and then go back and adjust the code. The problem here is that you might have actually copied the code in, say, 10 places and went the make the adjustments in only 9 of them. Then the one place that you didn t change will: 1) Not report an error and 2) Run OK, but quite possible not as you want it. So, what you need to do is, paste the code and make the changes there and then (so that you don t forget later on). The clipboard holds the text so you can then carry on to the next paste and change. 8. When you are starting a method or a loop or anything else that might require the use of start and end braces what most people do is start with the open brace and carry on to type the code inside the brace. Then (at the end) type the closing brace. This is fine but, if you have to type something like a thousand lines (sometimes more) inside the brace, you tend to forget to put the closing brace at the end. This leads to the compile reporting (numerous sometimes) } expected. A very handy tip to use is: Write both the opening and closing brace at the same time and then take your cursor back in the middle of the two to complete the code. This way, anything you write in there (no matter how many lines it is) will be inside the braces. 9. Use the help system. You might be doing something wrong without knowing it. To access the help system press F1. If you don t remember how to write a command or don t know some of the properties of a method or anything, just move your cursor on the relative item and press F1. 14

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