Freeware C or C++ GUI?

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    Freeware C or C++ GUI?

    Are there any freeware C or C++ Grahical User Interfaces available? I mean sth like Microsoft Visual C but free. That you can use visual interface, add buttons or text fields visually and so on, not only a code window...

    Or are there only paid versions of thing like this?

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    You can download DJGPP. There are, I believe, more then one IDE to go with it, Rhide is a common one. There is a link to the download site from the "Compilers" section in the FAQ. There are other as well.

    http://www.cprogramming.com/boardfaq...linkscompilers

    The learning edition of MS VC++ comes with some books. Deitel and Deitel for example.
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    IF you mean a graphical resource editor, you can use LCC-win32: http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~lcc-win32/
    Not yet, have to think of one...

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