Creating a User Friendly Interface.

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    Question Creating a User Friendly Interface.

    I have created a Certificate Authority (CA). But I need to input the data such Country, Organization Name, Common Name, etc. one by one. I don't want it to be in the form of command lines. How can I create a User Friendly Interface so that the user has to just fill in the form and click submit.

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    what language?

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    C/C++

    I'm wanna use C/C++.

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    Hi there,

    maybe try the QT toolkit. It's a object oriented C++ library (for Linux and Windoze) which is... well...it's not perfect, but it's OK to use, maybe even good

    The things the QT guys are doing for you are nice (especially for beginners), because you don't have to take care of everything yourself, but it's quite funny (and ugly) to see what the QT guys are doing internaly

    Well, anyway have a look at:

    http://www.trolltech.com/products/qt/



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    #include "reallife.h"

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    ncurses is anoher way to go (if you want to keep it in terminal modes, but still add a GUI)

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    Yep, right... I used that too some time ago. Another thing that comes to my mind in this second is the InterViews (IV) library.
    Got no website for this one, sorry

    I haved used it myself (yet), but I've seen some applications developed with it. Looked nice And I thing that it comes along with some distributions of Linux...

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    #include "reallife.h"

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