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Graphic Library for Win32

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I am searching a class collection for Visual C++ able to draw graphs in a document view.
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1. www.stingsoft.com

Objective Chart

Commercial (costs some $) Toolkit


2. There are some free examples of "home spun" graphics at www.codeguru.com, but this aren't as good/flexible


Pay (or not) your money and make your choice
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