Windows and C++

This is a discussion on Windows and C++ within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; Yes, both. A slightly reduced version of the MFC was shipped with eVC++, which often meant that you could port ...

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    Yes, both. A slightly reduced version of the MFC was shipped with eVC++, which often meant that you could port applications with very little code changes.
    And C# can be compiled for the Compact .Net Framework, which means it then runs on WinCE, too.
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    Thanks. That's good to know...

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    How does this new "Avalon" thing fit into object orientation from a "human / visual" point of view, as I described earlier (meaning that "properties"/members beeing immediately reflected on the GUI as with changes to real-life objects)?

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