Porting and Upgrading

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++.

Related Sections

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.
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