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bc5 output

Posted on 1997-05-06
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I am new to using win95 with bc5.01. All I want to do is be able to run my program and give it input and see the output. I cant use easywin because of the STL.And the Applications Dont let me give nay input or display any output. I know thier must be a simple way to get a window to make this happen but I am not having any luck. thanks.
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Depends on how you want input and output, (basically there is no "simple" way to get a window to display output AND receive input):

1. Do you want the real windows stuff with dialog boxes and edit stuff etc...

2. Would the Dos stuff be sufficient.

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1. Get into using OWL, this is not easy but recommended

2. For simple tests you can create a Win32 CONSOLE application. This lets you use all the I/O you were used under dos AND it gives your app the 32 bit Windows environment. When creating a new project, or change an existing one with TargetExpert, select:
  TargetType:  Aplication (.EXE)
  Platform:    Win32
  TargetModel: Console


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Thankyou for awnsering. I worked more on this and came up with what you said thier is no simple way. Thanks.

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