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Most tutorials will be simply C code. You will need to understand the C aspects in order to code in the Win API. C++ gives you the ability to throw a wrapper around the C code and objectify it. I have linked to some stuff I have came across about Window wrappers, as well as showing my own. But it is not a tutorial. You can see what I am talking about here:

http://www.randommonkeyworks.com/Programming/Programming.html

Good luck.

[edit - Petzold's 'Programming Windows' is the classic C learning tool for the Windows API - highly recommended]

[edited by - david oneil on April 10, 2004 1:04:18 PM]

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If you like C++ so much why don''t you try the completely C++-ified Fox GUI toolkit?

The true general first seeks victory, then seeks battle
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I second "Windows Programming" by Petzold as a recommendation.

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You do, of course, mean the Win32 API by ''Win32'', right? As opposed to simple console C++ code on a Win32 platform... no one addressed that, so I was just making sure. However, as you can see, you might try checking other threads in this forum first, before creating your own


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