If you’re following those steps and using Windows XP, you should be using Visual Studio.NET or Visual Studio 2005.
Are you able to compile any of the projects in the ‘projects’ directory? Just double click one of the .sln files and build the project to test it. Try running the ‘bitonic’ project and see if it says Test PASSED.
PLEASE HELP ME!
I can’t find out where to start!
Please i need your help!
Could someone in some steps to explain me how to make a source file for G80 and how to compile?
I am trying to make a simple source file of adding the number from 1 to 10 but i can’t configure our how!
Pls some help! :blink:
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Once you have CUDA installed, I’d say play with one of the sample projects to get started with programming. I believe there’s even a sample on integration with existing cpp projects. You can find samples in the C:/program files/Nvidia Corporation/SDK10/CUDA/Projects (or something like that) directory, assuming you used installation defaults.
P.S. Also, read the programming guide first :) The matrix multiplication sample at the end gives you a really good idea of how things work.
Now i got it…i just read the rest flags…
I have one more question… Could someone write the source code of adding for example 2 nubers and printing out the result? Which is the source code of this program on CUDA?