Hi everyone... I have a question regarding C++ GUI Programming...
Well, I'm a newbie to C++ GUI Programming, I know something... a little bit... -_+
Hmmmmm, at least I've read about the "window's skeleton" thing, but as I go further, it starts to get more confusing....
Hmmmm... before I started programming with C/C++, I used to program with Visual Basic 6.0... And I found that it's easy for me to make GUI programs with it... But, like most people say, they say that it would be better if I make my self acquainted and master C/C++ and make it my habit to program with C/C++ most of the time...
So far, I know how to make console programs with C/C++... ;D
But, moving to C++ GUI Programming, is it really that tough? -_+
Hmmmm, in Visual Basic 6.0, I know how to work with GUI Applications (not that much... -_+)... Say, you want to to prompt something like a message box to the user if he/she presses a command button, then it's like this:
..or something like changing the properties of a form control at press of a button:Code:Private Sub Button1_Click() MsgBox "Hello, world" End Sub
Code:Private Sub Button1_Click() Label1.Visible = True End Sub
Now tell me, how am I going to do these on C++?
Hmmmmmm, can we compare how these are done with C++ to VB6?
Btw, my IDE is Code::Blocks IDE 8.02... It would be better if the tips/helps/advise/examples that you're going to give me are much applicable to the IDE that I'm using... Thanks in advance... ^.^