Ok. I have a few questions, so hopefully one of you will be able to answer some of them.
1. Does MSVC++ and/or Windows have a limit of command line arguments (Cpp1.exe 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 .. .. ..). I made a program that worked with 6 arguments in windows and crashed on 7, but compiled the same source in bsd (g++) and it worked with 30 and/or more numbers. Just curious.
2. By using #include <iostream> and manually (using std::cout;) save any filespace when compiling, or is there no advantage?
3. In conjunction with #2, which is the best windows compiler for creating the smallest executable possible. I noticed that w/ MSVC++ everything is always 200k+ and with Dev-C++ 4, I can get the files down to 70k.
4. In an MFC Appwizard application, is it not possible to create your own function
i.e., void function(void);
When I tried it, it said I was missing a function header and it said possibly old formal style, I have no clue what it ment.
Thanks for any answers, I appreciate it.