hmmmm, so a bad news. Only paid software can build 64bit programs for windows. And AutoCAD is only 64bit from now on.
It's not quite a fair statement. You can use AutoCAD .NET API with full free IDE SharpDevelop
Also I've read but not tested that link: How to compile a 64-bit application using Visual C++ 2010 Express?
As I know .NET isn't C++, but C#
Programming is more a hoby for me. But if here are a need I use it for work too. Now I have made several commands using AutoLISP, but as I am more interested in C++ I have decided to translate them to C++. But all my experence in C++ are on Linux.
I had found a web page where was writen how to compile a 64bit applications on Visual C++ 2010 too, But it used hacks to do it.
Thanks for help.
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