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I am a new comer to programming.  I have heard a lot of good things about C++ and need to customize some software for my business.  I own a mortgage company, and I need to customize the manner in which I handle new prospects and past customers.  If it works well, I would like to sell the program to other companies.  I need to be able to stamp my program with the name of the person that has purchased it.  I have noticed with some of the software programs that I use, they are using a file that has an RGS extension.  I don't know how it works, but I would like to know if C++ is a good programming language to use for Windows 95 applications, and more important is it capable of stamping the program with the purchasers info?

Thank you,
Tomcat
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Visual C++ is a pretty good tool for writing win 95 apps.  If you MS visusal C++,  it already comes with a lot of tools that will a lot the work for you.  If I understand you correctly, I believe it is possible to stamp the software.
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