Hey guys, so on Windows normally when you compile your code it generates an executable, so when I click on it it always opens up a temrinal window. I want to disable it showing a terminal window. I tried adding this to the beginning of my code:
#![windows_subsystem = "windows"]
I am using this but like it still shows the terminal window and in some cases it would open up multiple ones but this time with no output. I am not too sure why this is happening and if there is a way to stop the terminal from completely showing up at all?
I'm currently on my phone so can't do a whole lot of searching but found this that might help:
There's a workaround mentioned there. The post is quite old so there might be a better way of doing things today...
will look into this, thanks
I copied and pasted the code and it doesn't really seem to do anything mate, sorry
It sounds like you put the annotation in the wrong place. Where did you put it?
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