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wraithdu
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Native Win32 C++ form builder?

Anyone know of a (at least) decent form builder that writes code in native win32 c++? Visual studio has tools for MFC and .NET, but only a dialog tool for native win32.

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Borland Turbo C++ 2006? from

Borland Turbo C++ 2006? from what i've read, it's native c++ code.

http://cc.codegear.com/free/cppbuilder

or maybe try the RADC++ library

http://www.radcpp.com/

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RADC++ looks like a bunch of

RADC++ looks like a bunch of libraries and macros for code writing. I'm looking for an actual GUI based form builder.

Turbo C++ looks promising though. I might give it a shot. LOL Let's see how many IDE's, languages, and libraries I can install on my computer before it blows up...Visual Studio 2008, wxWidgets, AutoIt3, NSIS, Code::Blocks....now Turbo C++ ha!!

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Just don't try to install

Just don't try to install Turbo Pascal.....CodeGear/Borland put some sort of limitation on their products where only one Turbo app can be installed.

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Now that's just stupid. What exactly is the purpose of such a limitation?

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The Purpose is for you to buy

The Purpose is for you to buy the Professional Studio Suite which has all the compilers

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Ah, okay. I guess I'm just used to the way MS used to market Visual Studio: You could buy the IDEs individually, but it would cost you a lot more. It was always cheaper to buy the full Visual Studio suite if you needed more than one.

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Yep. This is why smart

Yep. This is why smart people created virtual machines Smile

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