c++ basic language
the whole setup of dev-c++ is, as I understand, to build programs which are transportable from one platform to another.
So I ask (as I have looked on the GCC-website, but not found anything) where I can find the basic structure of the c++ libraries etc
Am I making any sense here?
Maybe an answer to my question are the header-files in the bin directory, but I'm not sure...
Help me please :(
Are you trying to learn to write system-independent code? Do i understand correctly?
I'm not sure I quite understand either. At any rate, here are some links to references on the standard library:
the reference was what I was looking for...
since we are at it, I checked out cppreference.com and it was everything I was looking for.
Now I wonder
if I want to go graphical, but not windows or anything like it, just as basic as possible... like this C++ Standard Template Library, what do I do?
Is there in the cpp language enough material (programming commands) to design graphical stuff, or do I have to use other libraries? I used to program a bit at school and we used a Borland compiler. For drawing on the screen we used a "Canvas" i think.
What do you guys think? or am I to fuzzy again?
does c++ language offer commands and constants to program a gui?
there is no standard C++ graphics library. GLUT allows OpenGL (an Open Graphics Library) to be relatively cross platform, but isn't standard.