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are there alternatives to <windows.h>   ?


there seems to be some problems with using that with mingw (g++),

are there other window manipulating methods?
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Unfortunately, you won't get around that header file. Anyway, the programs created with MinGW should not behave different. Have yo ualready downloaded the free Visual Studio Express (http://www.microsoft.com/express/download/) and tried that one?
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ok that's what I need to know
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>> there seems to be some problems with using that with mingw (g++),

What kind of problems ?


>> are there other window manipulating methods?

If you mean by that GUI toolkits, then there are plenty. Qt and wxWidgets for example are pretty well known.
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