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Creating a New Project

Creating a New Project

When you create a project, Microsoft Visual Studio* automatically creates a corresponding solution to contain it. To create a new
Intel® oneAPI DPC++/C++
project using Microsoft Visual Studio:
Exact steps may vary depending on the version of Microsoft Visual Studio in use.
This content is specific to C++; it does not apply to
DPC++
.
  1. Select
    File
    New
    Project
    .
  2. In the left pane, expand
    Visual C++
    and select
    Windows Desktop
    .
  3. In the right pane, select
    Windows Console Application
    .
  4. Accept or specify a project name in the
    Name
    field. For this example, use
    hello32
    as the project name.
  5. Accept or specify the Location for the project directory. Click
    OK
    .
This content is specific to
DPC++
.
  1. Select
    File
    New
    Project
    .
  2. In the left pane, expand
    DPC++
    and select
    Console Application
    .
  3. In the right pane, select
    DPC++ Console Application
    .
  4. Accept or specify a project name in the
    Name
    field. For this example, use
    hello_dpcpp
    as the project name.
  5. Accept or specify the Location for the project directory. Click
    OK
    .
The
hello32
(for C++) or
hello_dpcpp
(for DPC++)
project assumes focus in the
Solution Explorer
view. The default Microsoft Visual Studio* solution is also named
hello32
(for C++) or
hello_dpcpp
(for DPC++)
.

Product and Performance Information

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