Microsoft Visual Studio beefs up support for C language

Microsoft’s Visual Studio IDE has added support for the C11 and C17 C language standards, thus expanding the IDE’s previously limited support for C. C11 and C17 become supported language versions starting with Visual Studio 2019 16.8 Preview 3, which was released September 14.For years, Visual Studio has limited C support to whatever was required for the C++ language, which was built as an extension of C. Now, a conformant, token-based preprocessor has been added to the compiler. Two compiler switches, /std:c11 and /std:c17, were added to provide conformance to the latest ISO C standards.To read this article in full, please click here

Microsoft Visual Studio beefs up support for C language
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Microsoft’s Visual Studio IDE has added support for the C11 and C17 C language standards, thus expanding the IDE’s previously limited support for C. C11 and C17 become supported language versions starting with Visual Studio 2019 16.8 Preview 3, which was released September 14.For years, Visual Studio has limited C support to whatever was required for the C++ language, which was built as an extension of C. Now, a conformant, token-based preprocessor has been added to the compiler. Two compiler switches, /std:c11 and /std:c17, were added to provide conformance to the latest ISO C standards.To read this article in full, please click here