The C/C++ perspective is where you develop and build your projects. As indicated earlier (Projects in the IDE), a project is a container for organizing and storing your files.
Besides writing code and building your projects, you may also debug and analyze your programs from the C/C++ perspective.
The views in the C/C++ perspective are driven primarily by selections you make in the C/C++ editor and the Project Explorer view. The Project Explorer view is configured specifically for C and C++ development.
|For information about the Project Explorer view:||See these sections in the Workbench User Guide:|
|Toolbar and icons|
|Right-click context menu|
Wizards and launch configurations
To create and run your first program, you'll use two major facilities within the IDE:
After you've used these features of the IDE for the first time, you'll be able to create, build, and run your programs very quickly.