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is visual c++ the only IDE with a feature that helps organize classes? the feature im talking about is the box on the left side of visual c++ with a line on top saying "FileName classes" and right under it, it lists all functions and classes and structs of the file. just curious.. --------------------- ..I still dont get the difference between c and c++...

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Nope. Metrowerks Codewarrior has a button you click that drops down a menu listing all functions. Not classes though. Just the same, I assure you that msvc++ is not the only one. The chances of that are nill.

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In VC++, when you type in a function, it helps you by popping a little yellow tips that shows the data type of the parameters...this works with CreateWindow, and function in and those I defined myself...but it doesn''t seems to work with those gl functions, (I just downloaded the VC++ tutorial from this site)? Anybody knows solution?

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quote:
Original post by Dredge-Master
borland c++ builder does aswell. I forgot if the later versions of borland c++ did though (don''t remember it being there).

Borland C++ 5.x (I''m not sure if it was only in Enterprise or Professional or above though) had a class browser, but it was somewhat more hidden (up in one of the menus or something).

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Yup, your right. Just pulled out the user guid for version 5, and it is in there. Seems like it is in all of them editions of version 5. I have version 2 and 4 somewhere but I really can''t be bothered checking them



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quote:
Original post by alargeduck
IIRC, kdevelop has a class view similar to MSVC''s


That''s because KDevelop is a clone of the MSVC IDE.

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