Most common quiestion is:
Graphics in Windows 7 or Vista. Most of the functions are two dimensional except bar3d which draws a 3d bar, you can also implement these functions using already existing algorithms. You can also use these functions in C programs. You can use these functions for developing programs in Windows 7 and Vista using Dev C compiler. Graphics in C. Graphics provide a visual way to see objects in action. Turbo C graphics functions fall into two categories: those that work in the text mode; those that work in the graphics mode; The text mode graphic functions are concerned with placing text in certain areas of the screen.
Is there any C++ GUI API?
My answer is MANY.
There are many API's for making GUI applications.
Here are some.
Oct 24, 2018 In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to draw a circle and a rectangle in Graphics C/C? Submitted by Mahima Rao, on October 24, 2018. In today's advanced Advance Learning Tutorial, we will learn to draw Circle and rectangle in C/C Graphics. The method DrawString takes four arguments as shown in the above example. Every method in the Graphics class have to be accessed by creating an object of that class. You can easily update the above program to render other graphical shapes like Rectangle, Ellipse etc. All you have to do is to apply the relevant methods appropriately. Dev-C is a free IDE for Windows that uses either MinGW or TDM-GCC as underlying compiler. Originally released by Bloodshed Software, but abandoned in 2006, it has recently been forked by Orwell, including a choice of more recent compilers.
1. WinAPI: (C based)(MFC is C++ based)
Its a great API and the best solution if you are windows programmer. First code will look a bit difficult, but later (after making few apps.) you will see its not so rusty. I like it, because you can do almost everything with it (in windows). The only bad thing is, that you cannot make applications for Linux with it.
2. Qt4 / Qt3 (C++ based)
This is a nice API, for making GUI applications. It works under Linux, Windows and Mac OS X. Its really easy to learn and use. But, until you dont buy licenced version, you will need to add tons of -dll s, to run your application. Qt compiler doesnt work in Vista. And, Qt4 API has a bit complicated way, to get buttons to work, if button holds some more complicated operations(actually you have to make your own SLOT's).
3.GTK+ (C based)
Sorry, but I never tryed it, so Google might help you.
Simple message box:
Simple Message Box:
Note: Use MsgBox for making message boxes
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I also think newbies dont know for C++ IDE's. (Developing Enviroviment).
I will make a short description of some
1. Visual Studio 2005 (Visual C++)
This is a beautiful IDE for making console and win32 GUI applications. You can also compile DirectX10 or 9 projects as well. I didn't test it for compiling Qt or GTK+ applications yet.
Affcourse as a Microsoft product isn't free, but it seems to be really safe and stable IDE for Windows Applications.
I really like it, and I recommend it to everyone.
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Cool.I like being able to loop cue points. Having 4 decks in traktor allows you to do a lot of 'sampling' though anyway, just throw a loop on decks c and d and manipulate them at will during your set; you can even prepare a sound file wiht a few different samples at different cue points if you want.
Great for compiling WinAPI, Qt, GTK+, WXWidgets, Ogre, D, C++ console, C console and other projects. I found some bugs, and sometimes there are problems to compile.
It's one of the best FREE IDE's.
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This IDE, written in Delphi is the right place for beginners. It isn't perfect and it allows you 'holes' and 'bugs' in your program.Thats why its good for beginners. VS2005 wouldnt compile most of the code, which Dev-C++ does.
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SOME LINUX IDE's:
Ah, and dont take care about all off my opinions. I prefer VS2005, but If you dont have a money, than choose Code::Blocks or Dev-C++.
I hope moderators will make this topic sticky (read me)
I hope this helps
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BTW: Sorry for my grammatic mistakes.