Making Screenshots on a Microsoft Windows PC

In CL135.4, you are using Microsoft Windows PCs. To make a screenshot, follow these steps:
1)  Select the window that you want to screenshot by clicking on that window;
2)  Press the Alt and Print Screen simultaneously.
     Alt key is located at the bottom left of the keyboard.
     PrintScreen is located at the top right corner of the keyboard.
3)  Open the Paint program, and select paste from the Edit menu.
4)  Save the screenshot/picture/image as a gif or jpeg file.

Here is a link for your reference: Making a Screenshot

Taking screenshots on a Mac

1)  Press Command+Shift+4. You will be presented with a cross-hair.
2)  Click and drag the mouse to highlight the area you'd like to take a picture of.

Your picture will be saved on the desktop as a .png image file, with a name like
"Screen Shot 2013-01-08 at 11.14.58" which indicates the date
and time the screenshot was taken. You might want to rename it and add ".png" to the end.

You may submit this file as-is to URCourses.  

You may also rename it first and then submit to URCourses as required. NOTES: - To take a screenshot of the entire screen, press Command+Shift+3 - To take a screenshot of a specific window, press Command+Shift+4 and then hit the spacebar. Your cursor will turn into a cute little camera, and you can highlight and click on the window you want to grab.

Using Xcode on a Mac

To download Xcode on a Mac, click on

https://developer.apple.com/xcode/

or go to the mac app store and search for Xcode.  Please use the most recent version.

When starting a new project for CS110, choose "Command Line Tool,"
name your project, then click on "main.cpp" to see your template. 
Your input and output will occur in the console, in the "debug area" 
at the bottom of the workspace.  If you cannot see the console. 
Press Command+Shift+C to activate the console.

Here's a video from January 2017 showing where to download Xcode and how to start using it:

And this video shows how to work with Input and Output files:

Running Visual Studio on a Mac

If you want to run Visual Studio on a Mac, you will need to be running
Windows. You can run Windows natively on a Mac using boot camp:

http://www.apple.com/support/bootcamp/

or you can run Windows virtually using a program like Parallels or VMware Fusion

http://www.parallels.com/ca/
http://www.vmware.com/products/fusion/overview.html