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 **Building and Running (C samples)** **Building and Running (C samples)**
  
-The code for the C samples are (as much as possible) kept in the src directory under C samples. The code has comments outlining the different sections and is written as consistently as possible to the matching samples in the pyc10 and pyi106 sample directories. The visual studio project files are in the vs directory at the top of the c directory structure. ​From there you should be able to compile, debug, etc.+The code for the C samples are (as much as possible) kept in the src directory under C samples. The code has comments outlining the different sections and is written as consistently as possible to the matching samples in the pyc10 and pyi106 sample directories. The visual studio project files are in the vs directory at the top of the c directory structure. ​Make sure samples/​c/​src and samples/​c/​irig106lib/​src are in your "​Additional Include Directories"​ and you should be able to compile, debug, etc.
  
 Once dependencies are installed you should be able to build binaries of the samples. The video sample depends on the mplayer executable (included) located relative to the build and debug directories,​ but the others are self-contained. Once dependencies are installed you should be able to build binaries of the samples. The video sample depends on the mplayer executable (included) located relative to the build and debug directories,​ but the others are self-contained.
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