I am creating a sports textual/statistical simulation. I would like to make the program output its text to a windown instead of a dos prompt. I am very new at windows programming and know little about creating win apps.
All I would need is a window that has a text box in the middle for displaying information and one input box for entering commands(as text).
Of course I will need a more elaborate interface later, but need something simple to start out with.
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