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    c/c++ ide for win/linux GUI programming

    Hi,
    I like to get some ideas on free win/linux ide tool so that I can utilize my c c++ skils to generate GUIs with it , link the GUI app to c/c++ libraries, etc. most popular out there. easy to use also as well.

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    Re: c/c++ ide for win/linux GUI programming

    For x-platform GUI, have a look at QT. https://www.qt.io/
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    Re: c/c++ ide for win/linux GUI programming

    Yet another cross-platform GUI is wxWidgets,

    https://www.wxwidgets.org/

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