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    Re: [RESOLVED] MFC or QT?

    Got lots of books but not this one, thanks for the tip, going to ask parents if they can buy this one too, *putting on my poor puppy dog face, and going to ask them* this always works:)

    And thanks...
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    Re: [RESOLVED] MFC or QT?

    @Igor Vartanov, well I'm not in a hurry, and think it is a good way to learn and understand Windows too, so going to start with the book, and if I have any questions I know where to find you:D...
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    Re: form label string to integer?

    this might help:

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/zyzhdc6b.aspx#Y720
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    Re: form label string to integer?

    But the code as you wrote it in the forum, will not show the counter in the label, you program will just jam. To edit label text in the way you want it, you need to use a new thread and a delegate to...
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    Re: form label string to integer?

    Strange, with the statement lblText->Text = x.ToString(); I don't get any compile errors!, So I have no idea why you do!

    And you said you want to count upwards, must the while loop then not be...
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    Re: form label string to integer?

    Try:
    lblText->Text = x.ToString();
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    Re: MFC or QT?

    Hi, we have that book here on the shelf, going through the pages as we speak, huh.. as I type:lol:, so to learn Windows Native it is better to learn it in plain code as I'm calling it, so I can learn...
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    Re: New to C++, declaring a string issue

    Hi,

    Well this looks like C++ Managed, then you must declare a string variable as:

    String^ userpassword;
    userpassword = txtPassword->Text;
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    Re: MFC or QT?

    Hi all:wave:

    Thanks for all your answers and opinions, think I have decided for myself what the next step is:

    My both parents are ICT nerds, dad is C++ programmer mom a SAP consultant, so you...
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    [RESOLVED] MFC or QT?

    Hi All,

    Here a noob:cool:, before I'm going to throw myself into the deep about Windows programming, I have some questions about the type of framework.

    There is; so far I have read about it...
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