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    Removing ribbon above display area

    In a c program I would like to remove the ribbon above the display area. How can I code that?

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    Show us a picture of what you mean by "ribbon" and "display area".
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    This site does not allow an image to be shown. What I mean is that when you execute a c program the output is shown in a frame. Along the top of that frame there is a ribbon with the title of the program. That ribbon is what I am on about. I want it removed. I need to know the code to do that.
    Last edited by Paderi; 07-19-2021 at 11:52 PM.

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    I can add PNG files just fine.

    Just click the "Go Advanced" button to manage things like attachments.
    Valid file extensions: bmp c cc cpp cxx doc gif h hpp hxx jpe jpeg jpg pdf png psd txt xls zip
    Removing ribbon above display area-cb_project_defines-jpg

    Or just post a link to one of the many "free" image upload sites like Imgur: The magic of the Internet
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    [QUOTE=Salem;1302383]I can add PNG files just fine.

    Just click the "Go Advanced" <snipped>

    Thank you kindly for that information. However, I would be very grateful for an answer to my question, which I thought to have clarified.

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    https://cboard.cprogramming.com/imag...AAAElFTkSuQmCC
    This is what the output looks like on the display of my PC. This is what you wanted to see. The ribbon is the icon and what is right of it.

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    The garbled mess of an inline image is not viewable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salem View Post
    The garbled mess of an inline image is not viewable.
    You have displayed an image. In it you can see "Project Build Options". Those words are on what I have been calling the ribbon. So please respond to my question, which is how, with code, do I suppress that ribbon. Perhaps someone could help me!
    Last edited by Paderi; 07-20-2021 at 02:41 AM.

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    I suppose the next question is which OS/Compiler/IDE/GUI Toolkit you're using.
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    Here's how:
    Removing ribbon above display area-untitled-png

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salem View Post
    I suppose the next question is which OS/Compiler/IDE/GUI Toolkit you're using.
    The compiler I use is DEV C++

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paderi View Post
    The compiler I use is DEV C++
    It's like getting blood out of a stone.
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    There are at least two different IDEs sporting the "dev-c++" label, which one do you have.

    Not to mention whether you're using a toolkit like wxWidgets or crafting everything directly using Win32.

    10 posts in, and nobody has any idea what you're trying to do with the tools you have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salem View Post
    It's like getting blood out of a stone.
    How To Ask Questions The Smart Way

    There are at least two different IDEs sporting the "dev-c++" label, which one do you have.

    Not to mention whether you're using a toolkit like wxWidgets or crafting everything directly using Win32.

    10 posts in, and nobody has any idea what you're trying to do with the tools you have.
    I also know things about thigs you donno a thing about. But even so, I think you are a nice guy.

    Is this the answer to your questions? X86_64-mingw32.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paderi View Post
    I also know things about thigs you donno a thing about
    I doubt that very much. You are clearly a braindead moron.
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    Quote Originally Posted by john.c View Post
    I doubt that very much. You are clearly a braindead moron.
    Ha ha, I like that!

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