Command Promt showing in window programming - Compiler dependent?
New user here. I had a good look around, both around this site and elsewhere, but can't seem to come to an answer.
When creating a simple window, why would the command prompt still show 'behind' or rather along it? I've had a look at various examples' .cpp files and .exe files and it would seem that when I compile, the command prompt is there, yet in the provided original .exe it isn't.
Although I'm somewhat new to C++, I wouldn't fully classify myself as a total beginner as I do have previous knowledge and experience with other languages, so I'm pretty much flying through this stuff(Among other sources, tutorials on this site - They are really amazing!), and as such, I'm a little worried that it's a setting or two within a compiler(Or compiler's built in behavior to begin with) that does this.
I'm mostly using Dev-C++, although when I tried it with some other ones such as Code::Blocks, Borland, etc, the result is the same. Am I missing something?