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Debugging C++ program that reads external files in visual studio code

Stack Overflow Asked by Arpit Bhadauria on November 10, 2020

I have a C++ program that reads some text files from a subdirectory located in the source code folder. The problem is that, the path that I’ve written in the program is relative and vs code outputs the debug program in /tmp/ directory, which is then unable to read those files. Is there some way of working around it except for giving the absolute path of text files to the program?

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You need to configure the working directory for Debugging in the Configuration Properties, So that you can access the file required using relative path.

In project properties window Configuration Properties -> Debugging -> Working Directory update this to the desired path.

Answered by Mohammed Masood Ahmed on November 10, 2020

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