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you mean the whole functions and classes?

there are plenty of libraries, you can look for them in http://www.cplusplus.com/

if you are new to c++ google for introduction to c++ and learn the basic things. after that you can look the contents of libraries in that site

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Original post by chickencoop
Im viewing source code in C not C++


Then let me transform ...
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if you are new to c++ google for introduction to c++ and learn the basic things
... into ...
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if you are new to c google for introduction to c and learn the basic things
... for you ;)

[Edited by - phresnel on September 14, 2009 3:42:14 AM]

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I agree with the suggestions above that you shouldn't use Dev-C++.

In your Visual Studio Express Edition you can find something that might meet your needs under View >> Class View (or Ctrl+Shift+C). Additionally you might like to use this in combination with the Code Definition Window found on the same menu.

Do those options provide the functionality you were after?

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I'm going to throw out the idea of using eclipse or another less microsoft IDE.

Not bashing Vcpp but if you were attracted to devcpp then you might want to look into alternatives.

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