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Any c++ GUI library available for education purpose?

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I have been learning C++ for a year.
Now I want to use some graphics user interface libary in my C++ program.
I know many free GUI library can be availble on LINUX platform like QT, GTK+ , etc.
But I am working on Windows 2000 now.
And my developing envioment is DEV c++ , The compiler is g++.

Is there any free GUI library available for Windows platform, or for education purpose? Just like QT.

If the library exists, pls tell me . thank you .
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There are more than one.  See:

http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Vista/7184/guitool.html

This page may not be completely up to date.  It says that Qt for Windows is free for non-commercial use, which is no longer true.

See also:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Cplusplus/Q_20705988.html

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Just to add to what efn said...

GTK and GTK+ have been ported a while ago, see http://www.gimp.org/~tml/gimp/win32/

This should work quite well with g++ and also has a much more liberal license than Qt (LGPL). So, you can even develop commercial software with it (but that does not seem to be your goal).
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thank you all
I think I should look  for the knowledge base first before ask one question.
Many question have  already had answers.
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