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Old   January 14, 2011, 12:47
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Hi guys,
Sorry for the many many questions. I would like to know if Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0 can be used with ANSYS Fluent 12 for compiling UDFs. Basically, when I check the 'About' option in Microsoft Visual Studio, it says the installed product is Intel Visual Fortran Compiler Integration and appears to be the only product installed.

Does this mean that C++ is not installed and will this also mean that compiling UDF will not work? So far interpreting the UDF is working ok for serial processing.

If anyone has any clue, please let me know. I truly appreciate it.

Thank you.


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