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How To Create A Application To Run?

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Im still trying to study C++, maybe the other members could help you. :P

Edited by Protoman

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okay i am creating a new application okay... and i am trying to get this to come into 1 file like an application, like you know when you make a hack, you have a few files right and when you get done you have 1 file and its a .dll, i am trying to get my things to be a .exe file... you kinda understand wat i am saying?....

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Ok, i think i can help...

 

open up your code, designer ect... the project you know

 

then up on the top of VS in the tool bars look for the option of " Publish "

 

then just follow the steps you need,

 

ill check up on this later with more info, im doing homework right now :\

 

 

hope i helped :P

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OR you can just use install creator pro, Ill upload it if u want >.>

I suggest you do it the VB way. Like 1Zander said. Just publish it.

Edited by Renegade Angel

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I wish i could contribute more, I just need more time to finish studying C++ :D

Afterwards, ill be able to assist you and others in need.

Edited by Protoman

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Just go to bin/debug and there should be a .exe to run in there. This updates every time you attempt to debug the program ( Run the program inside Visual Basics) . To transfer it to other computers, ZIP the whole folder; you need all those files in the directory of the .exe for it to run correctly.

 

Example: vbtc0.jpg

 

EDIT: Never mind what I said, thats for Visual Basics >.<

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