How to create .exe file?

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Hi,

All time we need to create files.

That can be anything. Normally when we create a file, then we use our aspect able format and then it is created.

It is much easy.

But when we need another file creation like .exe file creation then what are the process to create my file.

Thanks.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #130837

How to create .exe file?

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First of all click on start button and open notepad.

  • After opening the notepad now types every number with e digit combination with pressing Alt for example 222 to 333 after writing release button.
  • These combinations create he symbols in the notepad for you that create the .exe file.
  • Now type exe file for program which you want create from this language through notepad. Then type his file in the C++ language.
  • After completing then save the exe file. This will take a long time because every line has its own code.
  • Now click on file and click on the save button.
  • A new menu will appear and then click on exe and name of the file and the save it again.
  • After this go to the file location and open it and it will be exe file.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #130838

How to create .exe file?

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Hi,

  • There are various ways to create an exe file. If we are talking about exe files, meaning, they are programs or software's with a different purpose such applications like calculator, word processor, games  etc.
  • Having a visual basic installed will be much easier to create an exe file. Ideally, visual basic is a programming language coupled with its own interface. Creating an exe file is very simple. First is to save the file under the file menu and then you can go back to the file menu and select create executable file.
  • In your folder location where you save the files, there are already  file extensions namely the .vbp and .exe. The vbp file cannot be distributed since it will be needing the visual basic program to run the file to make it useful while the .exe file can be functional on other computer units without a visual basic installed by just double clicking it to open just like any other executables.

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