How do I create a graphical user interface for Windows in C++
Even if you don't know yourself do you know any good sites or stuff like that?
The easiest way to create a Graphical User Interface in Windows in C++, is to get Visual C++ 6.0 and learn how to use the MFC (Microsoft Foundation Class) libraries. Once you understand the MFC libraries, you'll be makin' excellent programs in no time flat. Of course, this costs mucho money. So, if you're short on cash, then, I'm sorry, but I don't know what to tell ya on that, maybe someone else know's how to cope with money problems.
if you're a student, you can prolly get VC++ professional for about 100 bucks I believe
Borland C++ Builder $49
Works great. I used this for several college projects. Gives any program a nice polish to have a functional gui.
I already have 'Borland C++ v5' but I want to learn the compleat versions of C++ before I learn VC++ (if I learn VC++ that is).
IF you want to learn ALL of c++ before moving on to vc++ then congrats you have picked what you are going to do for the rest of your life.
Programming is a mind/skill set not a programming language. I consider myself a pretty good programmer. I only know a few languages. I have a great grasp of even fewer. Programming is writing actions in the form of algorithms. Translating into a programming language is very easy.
Understanding the conceptual idea of iteration, recursion, call back functions, virtual functions, OOA/OOD/OOP, and interupt driven events (just to name a few) are the real tools of a programmer, and I tell this to every person I interview with. I also mention that learning the language they use is usually quite trivial. Understanding the underlying logic is the skill.
I agree learning the entire language itself would be tedious to say the very least. From my point of view to learn a programming language (say C++) you must only learn the way it works (possibly the syntax) and the rest you can have in a trusty reference at your side.
Fair enough... try to find a group of books that jives with you and stick with them...
Some people like the "Learn X in 21 days"
Some people like "Dummies guide to X"
Some people like me
Some people like me like anything by o'Reilly
Best of Luck
[This message has been edited by Banti (edited 09-12-2001).]
Thanks, but I still don't have a site... Which was why I posted this message!
I good site that I go to for programming resources is www.informit.com look in the "Free Library" Section, got a few books on C/C++.
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