Microsoft Visual C++ Programming

April 6, 2013 at 19:06:44
Specs: Windows 7
How do I write a program that produces programs that print 'hello world' to the command prompt. I want the program to create 10 COM files, labelled - When run, each should print the string 'hello world' to the screen. Each program should be generated randomly (so if I run your program a few times, I don't get the same ten programs each time), and your output should be such that it is hard to detect with a scanner. That basically means that they won't have long sequences which are the same in each little COM file. I need the program in C or C++, in a format compatible with Visual Studio 2012. I will just need the .cpp or .c file and it should compile with no warnings or errors.

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April 6, 2013 at 21:37:03
Get a book on C++ programming. Open it up at page 1, Chapter One, paragraph one, line one and start reading.

Its the only way to do it, unless you are expecting someone else to do it for you!


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April 7, 2013 at 00:04:18
Explain your requirements. What possible reason do you have to require such a program? And why specify not only what language it is to be written in but which compiler to use?

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