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Can anyone make an real easy tutorial for dummies for c++

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  • #191207
    Admin
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    Well, if any of ya c++ peeps got time can soem one make a real easy tutorial, lol for real like when I first started vb 6 the only reason it to keep me for ever to learn it was that I didnt know how to make an exe and usually all the tutorials I read never actually took ya to the whole process.

    here where i am stock on c++
    First what program should I use the old vb sudio 6 or other
    and how ya add a damn form lol, evey time i open the vb studio c+ i dont know how to add a damn form lol inbaressing i know lol.

    so please someone do somethign like a simple form with one buttom that says hello. from start to finish without skippin, I bet I learn c++ in a day if this is done 🙂

    #191216
    Dody
    Member

    You are lucky Admin, I have few days vacation and I just passed by the forum to see what’s new

    @Admin wrote:

    here where i am stock on c++
    First what program should I use the old vb sudio 6 or other

    I use Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 and I get a free license from microsoft using Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 (because of my study and work)

    so I use both, and espcially MFC if you are looking into making windows-based applications easy and fast

    and how ya add a damn form lol, evey time i open the vb studio c+ i dont know how to add a damn form lol inbaressing i know lol.

    You need to think a little bit different that vb.
    when you start your vc++, choose MFC and check for the dialog based applications

    after that it will be drop-n-drag for the controls

    so please someone do somethign like a simple form with one buttom that says hello. from start to finish without skippin, I bet I learn c++ in a day if this is done :)

    check the attachment 🙂

    #191215
    Admin
    Administrator

    Thanks man, and nice to see you again, So thas for 2005, Aight times for me to buy it 😉

    #191214
    Dody
    Member

    @Admin wrote:

    Thanks man, and nice to see you again, So thas for 2005, Aight times for me to buy it 😉

    I forgot to mention that it is vc++ 6, but if you have vc 2005, it will convert it correctly without any problem
    I just warn you that vc 2005 the professional edition that support MFC, and it is not cheap
    they only reason I am using vc 2005 is because MS gave me free license copy because I am studying Software Engineering and they are looking forward to hire me in the future 😀
    so you might consider doing that for afree copy’s sake

    anyway, if you want some paltalk vc++ source code, I can give you some of my old applications!

    by the way, it is kinda late you start c++ now, people are already moving into java (like me) even though c++ still powerfull

    keep up the good work

    #191213
    Admin
    Administrator

    java why they going therefor, crap dont tell me I am that far behind 🙂 I gonna stic with vb c+ for now to see if I finally get it 🙂

    #191212

    change your mind, you cannot combined vb6 with c++, there is no textbox1.text in c++

    #191211
    Admin
    Administrator

    Thas why I need a real easy tutorial, some pic will be nice eheh, but I gonna give it a shot soon after i fix all my programs bugs which could take a while 🙂

    #191210

    when you’re ready or stuck in somewhat, just ask baby 😉

    #191209
    Departure
    Member

    hmmm Sounds like a good idea, nano teach me MFC, or dody when you get some free time…

    I have a copy of Microsoft visual c++ 6 standard that I downloaded from the internet ages ago. Or do you guys suggest something diffrent??

    #191208

    I use vs2005, it’s alway better that we use same version but it’s not necessary.

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