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|Nov 18, 2013, 05:53 PM||#1|
Building and Running C++ Code from within XCode 5
I am starting to learn C++ on my Mac, and when I downloaded the new XCode 5, I couldn't figure out how to run a C++ file! I know that you go to OSX -> Application -> Console Application -> C++, but how do I edit the file from there? Also, how do I build and run the file?
And I have previous knowledge of like Java and Python and others, so please do not reply saying: "Oh noes! You shouldn't learn C++ if your a noob!"
|Nov 18, 2013, 06:24 PM||#2|
In the left-most sidebar you should see a list of files in the project. From their you should see a .cpp file. To edit it, select it and it should appear in the editor. To build and run, click the button at the top of the window that looks like a play button.
Hopefully that helps!
|Nov 19, 2013, 04:16 PM||#3|
Did you find one that says "Build"?
Did you find one that says "Run"?
Did you find any menu items that lead you to documentation?
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