I have been using LCC for years, like it and generally find it to be quite useful in creating a new program, compiling, executing and debugging it. Where I have had problems is with the creation and use of projects. I find that if I create a new program, then try to compile it, I am forced to create a project for it, which becomes difficult. Without the project, I find I can't get the program to compile, then execute. Perhaps I'm doing something wrong when I attempt to create a project. Is this step in the process is actually necessary?
Is it possible to write, compile and execute a program, then debug it, and save it as a file for future access without having to create a project for it?