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01-20-2012, 09:56 PM #11
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RE: C++ Project [In Development] - Quick Preview Available!
(01-20-2012, 09:02 PM)Yui. Wrote:  (I might be wrong on this one XP)
Does this program use .Net Framework?
If it does, isn't it very much a C++/CLI program?

And, as far as I know, Visual C++ is only an IDE http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/60k1461a.aspx

It does because it uses the System namespace in Windows to use the Windows forms, which is a .Net method. But you're right that Visual C++ is only an IDE.

I thought you were talking about CLI as a command line interface based on assumptions from your first post being surprised that C++ is in a GUI format from my preview lol.

If you use a Windows forms application, it's most likely going to be C++/CLI because that's the way their template is built. You have the idea of native C++ backwards though (I think). Because this is native C++.
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01-20-2012, 11:07 PM #12
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RE: C++ Project [In Development] - Quick Preview Available!
(01-20-2012, 09:56 PM)AceInfinity Wrote:  
(01-20-2012, 09:02 PM)Yui. Wrote:  (I might be wrong on this one XP)
Does this program use .Net Framework?
If it does, isn't it very much a C++/CLI program?

And, as far as I know, Visual C++ is only an IDE http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/60k1461a.aspx

It does because it uses the System namespace in Windows to use the Windows forms, which is a .Net method. But you're right that Visual C++ is only an IDE.

I thought you were talking about CLI as a command line interface based on assumptions from your first post being surprised that C++ is in a GUI format from my preview lol.

If you use a Windows forms application, it's most likely going to be C++/CLI because that's the way their template is built. You have the idea of native C++ backwards though (I think). Because this is native C++.

Haha Laugh Yeah I was referring to CLI (Common Language Infrastructure) not the other CLI (Command Line Interface).

I was surprised because I assumed you did all the GUI thing in pure Win32 api w/o .Net ^^

01-21-2012, 12:43 AM #13
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RE: C++ Project [In Development] - Quick Preview Available!
.NET does use the Win32 API though, as it's framework is built around the Win32 API. Almost everything utilizes the Win32 API in some way for Windows forms.


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01-21-2012, 02:36 AM #14
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RE: C++ Project [In Development] - Quick Preview Available!
(01-21-2012, 12:43 AM)AceInfinity Wrote:  .NET does use the Win32 API though, as it's framework is built around the Win32 API. Almost everything utilizes the Win32 API in some way for Windows forms.
I'm aware of that ^^ I was talking about the old fashion way of creating everything manually, and using CreateWindowEx by yourself etc...stuff like that..




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