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#include "windows.h" //ya it has to be in brackets, but since it''s gonna be interpreted as HTML tags, i put it in quotes

MessageBox(NULL,"Hello world!","Title",MB_OK+MB_ICONEXCLAMATION);
return 0;

- pouya

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Original post by deakin

Create a new project and choose Win32 Application, then pick a "simple Hello World program".

*GASP* That''s cheating!


You are not a real programmer until you end all your sentences with semicolons;


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Stick with Pouya's example. The hello world program that comes with VC++ is long and confusing to a first-time Windows programmer.

Edited by - CobraA1 on 4/28/00 12:01:10 PM

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