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Hi all,

I don't have much experience with C++ and now try to use C++.NET to create a window application.  Like a few buttons and text area, text box .... especially with the action listener.  

Could anyone give me a sample of it or give me a link where could i learn these one.
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Go to http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp and navigate using the links on the left-side to look for tutorials/ examples.
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by:phraine
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SYN/ACK!

Hehe, this isn't an answer.

I do all my GUI using the Win32 API (no MFC!). That's why I don't do any GUI more (except in Allgero).
Try the "Virtual Windows Class Library".

Yeah, I am an idiot......

FIN...
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by:enzogoy
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i did get into msdn microsoft, but don't know how to make the pop up window.  Like when you click on one button, it will pop up a window and allow you to enter some information.  I have used MFC to create a form, is it any problem ???

Hope to get the reply soon...
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You probably didn't search on MSDN? Browse to .NET Development using the left-hand navigation tree and look for language reference on C++ .NET. You will get examples there.
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