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The latest in C++, Visual Studio, VS Code, and vcpkg from the MSFT C++ team

Security Features in MSVC

Shareable link: https://aka.ms/msvcsecurity 点这里看中文版 Every developer makes mistakes. No matter how careful you are when writing code, you will introduce bugs. And any bug can become a security vulnerability when software that runs in a connected environment or is used long past its initially planned lifespan. Code that isn't ...
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Visual Studio Code C/C++ extension June 2017 Update

Today we are excited to announce the release of the June 2017 update of the C/C++ extension for Visual Studio Code. This update enables semantic-aware member list auto-completion and improves the overall default IntelliSense behavior, providing a smoother out-of-box IntelliSense experience. If you haven't tried it before, download VS Code (...

C++ Tutorial: Debugging Overview

Welcome to the C++ Tutorial series. In this article, we explore debugging concepts and do some hands-on debugging with Visual Studio 2017. One of the most useful features of an IDE  is the debugger. Under a debugger, you can step through code as it is running, examining the values of variables, structures, program flow, screen output, and ...
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C++ Tutorial: Hello World

Welcome to the C++ Tutorial. In this first C++ tutorial, you will learn how to write (and run!) your first C++ program, “Hello, World!”. Along the way you will learn a little C++ history, see how to configure a C++ console application in Visual Studio 2017, walk through code structure, and see how code is built. Acknowledgements This ...

CMake support in Visual Studio – what’s new in 2017 15.3 Preview 2

We're excited to announce improved CMake and Ninja support in Visual Studio 15.3 Preview 2.  In this preview, we have updated CMake from version 3.7.2 to version 3.8 and added improved support for the CMake Ninja generator.  Additionally, this preview includes several fixes for community reported bugs. Please download the preview and try ...

Spring 2017 Visual C++ Migration Survey

The Spring 2017 Visual C++ Migration Survey is now open. Please take a few minutes to share your experiences, positive or not so positive. If you have not migrated, please let us know why. Share your candid feedback now! Thank you.  ...
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