Following are the steps to get the CS50 libraries installed in VSC in Windows 10 with mingw64 environment:
Pre requisite: Install Mingw64 to set up VSC for C/C++ programming
Download libcs50-10.1.0 from github
Extract cs50.h and cs50.c and copy them to C:\msys64\mingw64\include\
In your source code, change #...
I noticed this a duplicate question that you have already posted here but I can't flag it as a duplicate, so I'll repost my answer here in case anyone chances upon this one instead:
This is due to the new automatic GitHub authentication introduced in VSCode version 1.45.
The temporary fix for this is to disable Git: GitHub Authentication in your VSCode ...
Taken directly from here (https://stackoverflow.com/questions/20058864/how-to-include-libraries-in-visual-studio-2012), all credit to them :)
Typically you need to do 5 things to include a library in your project:
1) Add #include statements necessary files with declarations/interfaces, e.g.:
2) Add an include directory for the ...
In order to use the CS50 library, download it from here.
Now, copy the files cs50.h and cs50.c to any arbitrary folder.
Right click on the project, and got to Properties --> Configuration Properties --> C/C++ --> General...
Include the path of the folder where the header files are to the additional include directories.
Afterward, simply using #include ...
You could use VS, but you would not be using the same dev environment, course resources, etc. as others. There are several problem sets that involve making requests to get resources (files, etc.) that must be executed from within the appliance to have proper access to the material. You would be much better off using the appliance for simplicity sake, as ...