The IDE is downright archaic, basically the old Symantec C++ IDE with the about-box and icon changed. I like it, though, because the help is nice and simple. All of the C runtime functions and Win32 API's are built as an old-school Windows HLP file. Say what you will about MSDN, but HLP files are great if you don't wanna sift through twelve paragraphs of pontificating just to find out the argument order for strcpy().
Hopefully I'll have something usable today.
Actual conversation with my daughter yesterday morning:
Maggie: Daddy, I need an ipod.
Me: Umm. . .Maggie, what's an ipod?
Maggie: I don't know.
Thus it begins. . .