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s i was working through Express 2008 i always find it easy to edit my code and run and debug without no problems. a couple years pass by and 2010 express edition is released. i mean it ran smoothly and you know express editions are not the best versions ever. so they dumb it down. so i press the run without debug button and it does not correctly work, i am freaking out "what the F**k" so yeah i enabled the function from the options menu and it does not work. so to keep my code from flashing in 2 seconds i have to enter the command "cin.get()" which in c++ is a command that tells the program to run until the user press enter. But other than that i need some motivation to help know that 2010 is better than 2008 or is it the other way around?

asked Jun 29 '11 at 22:02

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2010 is better if you want to write code in .NET 4.0 (which 200 flat-out can't do). It also comes with a robust integrated automated unit test framework and new tools to analyze and optimize your codebases.

answered Jun 29 '11 at 23:59

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reverted Jun 30 '11 at 00:01

I have Visual Studio 2010 Premium and I use it. I like it over Visual Studio 2008.

answered Jun 29 '11 at 23:35

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flip a coin, for most things it wont matter. make sure your system can handle it.

answered Nov 02 '11 at 17:53

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