Question: .swf libraries?

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    Question: .swf libraries?

    Hello everyone, I am a newbie here and I am new to C and C++ to a degree, I've been studying C and C++ for 2years now and I'm getting a little be better with it.

    My question is, with adding libraries to your program, I found a library similiar to flash written in C for .swf files, Is this even possible to be done for create a GUI interface like form?

    (example: ming c library for create .swf files)

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    You mean, can you write a C program that uses .swf [flash] files via this library? Probably.
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    Yes if I apply or include the library files in the code

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    That's generally how you use libraries . . . .

    So what is your question?

    For information on how to use the library, check its documentation. You'll more likely than not have to link with the library, and probably add an include directory to your compiler's include search path. For GCC, this means using -l (lowercase L) and -I (uppercase i) respectively.
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    gcc -c main.c -lSDL -I /usr/include/SDL
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