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README.md

Creating C++ programs in Codio

Make a new file

Use File > New File... or right-click in the file tree to create a new file. You can right-click in the file tree to rename or delete files.

As Codio detects which file is in focus, simply put your cursor into whichever code editor you want to compile and run.

Compile, Run or Both

Use the Run button (that looks like a Rocketship) to Compile and Run the file your cursor is in.

Use the drop-down arrow to the right of the "Compile & Run" option to change the button to just Compile or just Run.

Debug your Code

Use the "Debug Current File" on the far right of the top menu bar to launch the debugger targeting the file your cursor is in.

Reconfigure your Panels for easier development

Use the View > Panels menu on the top tool bar to segment your screen.

Simply drag the tab of the file or terminal (the part with the name) you want to move into the new panel.

You can’t perform that action at this time.