Windows Forms and/or MFC [But definately not win32!] questions
Hey there, I just have a few questions.
I know that MFC is easier than win32 [so they say] and everything but do I need to learn MFC to use ActiveX and create internet capable programs?
Seeing as MFC is dialog based couldn't a person just do the same thing in Windows Forms [which is so far the only thing I can half understand].
And with the ActiveX controls with MFC being easy [so they say] to implement can't you also use all of that in Windows Forms if you use MFC as a shared dll or whatever?
Most of what I can find on the net about Windows programming is either VB.NET or C#, I know only C++, if I do need to invest my time in learning another language to program in Windows which one should I learn next?
C# to me looks like the way to go with .NET but everywhere I go people say VB is the simplest language, but, simply doesn't neccessarily mean best, does it?
I guess I am just asking for direction :)
<<Lol, almost wish we didn't have windows and stayed in the days of DOS!!!!!>>
Thanks for your input,
Robert M. Sitter