I'm wrestling with a programming request to spawn popup dialog boxes from a previously written console program. I not sure if this is possible as console programs can't handle most USER and GDI functions (ie. Windows, brushes, menus, etc.). If you know a way around this, please respond.
Yes you can, but you may not be able to use MFC to do it.
In a Win32 console program you can call just about any Windows API call. For a dialog box you can create one use the Windows API using DialogBox
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