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Using VS developer command prompt did not resolve the issue with the C compiler id and C++ compiler id undefined errors either. Had to copy rc.exe and rcdll.dll from C:\Program Files(x86)\Windows Kists\10.0\bin\x86 to C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 14.0\VC\bin. This resolved the issue and found this from some google "https://stackoverflow.com/questions/31619296/cmake-does-not-find-visual-c-compiler".

Also, my pc is windows 10 64 bit and when installed Qt, I can only install their beta version 5.11.0 and not the 5.9.1. So, there were about 3 Qt files given me build errors and had to commented out some code to be able to successfully build. Just so, if someone trying to figure out on this forum. This is the solution.