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it's been long time since i developed c++ in eclipse. of course i can write lots of instructions like what check box to click and what to write in which text field, but it wouldn't be fun, would it? instead, i highly recommend that you first create a hello world project by doing:

file -> new -> c++ project -> executable -> hello world c++ project -> next -> next -> finish

now build it. and try to run. you'll see that everything works fine. now go to run -> run configurations... and inspect how it was configured. then simply do the same for your project. i believe that would be much better for you in a sense that you'll have some practice and will understand how eclipse manages projects better.

if you have troubles of course i can expand my answer.

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