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Is C++''s version of Win32 the same as C''s? Books like Windows Programming 5 and online tutorials like winprog.org are written in C. Just asking because I''m confused.
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Not sure but if you''re worried about the code not working with a C++ compiler it will work just fine. You can code C in C++.

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The Win32 API is written in C. You can use that in C++ and other language''s.

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quote:
Original post by WiseElben
I was just wondering. So C++ didn''t modify any Win32 stuff?


No it didn''t. Appart from some casting that you dont have to do in C but do in C++ everything is the same.



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If you want something more C++ish, though, you can take a look at MFC (not very good imho, as far as C++ is concerned, but does its job) or WTL (better, but lack of documentation).

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