Porting and Upgrading
Visual Studio .NET 2003
You can use Visual C++ to:
- Port your applications to C++ from a different language.
- Port your Visual C++ application to a different developer tool or operating system.
- Write code for maximum portability and code that is easy to globalize.
- Upgrade a project built in a previous version of Visual C++ to the latest version.
In This Section
- Porting Your Program
- Provides links to topics discussing how to import programs into Visual C++ and how to write code that is portable and easy to globalize.
- Upgrading Your Program
- Provides links to topics discussing how you can bring programs written with older versions of Visual C++ into the newest version.
- Major Changes in Visual C++ Releases
- Describes the major changes in each version of Visual C++.
- What's New in Visual C++ .NET
- Helps you by outlining the new features in Visual C++ and discussing version upgrade and application design issues.
- Visual C++ .NET Frequently Asked Questions
- Provides answers to FAQs to help you get started using Visual C++ .NET.
- Upgrading Existing Code
- Provides links to areas of the Visual Studio documentation related to porting and upgrading.
- Visual C++ Reference
- Provides links to topics describing the C and C++ language references, the libraries provided with Visual C++, the Visual C++ Extensibility Object Model, and the Microsoft Macro Assembler (MASM).
- Visual C++ Samples
- Provides links to sample code showing the capabilities of Visual C++ and the libraries and technologies it supports.
- Visual C++
- Provides links to different areas of the Visual Studio and Visual C++ documentation set.