[A83] Re: VB
[A83] Re: VB
Sorry, I only know VB. Any other suggestions?
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Phillips" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, June 26, 2002 1:30 PM
Subject: [A83] Re: VB
> No idea, but I wouldn't be writing Windows apps in VB (except possibly
> .NET). The easiest and best Windows development tool that I have used is
> Borland's C++Builder:
> It's drag and drop like VB, but a lot more powerful. If you are serious
> about writing apps, then you definitely need to check this out. If you
> don't know C++ or would prefer an easier / different language, then you
> might look a Delphi. C++Builder and Delphi are very similar, the
> being the language. Delphi is based on Pascal. If you ever used Borland
> Turbo Pascal, then it will seem familar.
> You could put together a notepad like program in C++Builder in 10-15
> minutes, once you gain some experience with the software.
> Another alternative is wxWindows:
> wxWindows is an open source C++ framework for cross platform GUI
> development. Since C++ might not be the best language for GUI apps,
> wxPython is a good choice. I haven't had time to try it yet, but some
> friends have, and it is really amazing. Python is a great language, and
> wxPython lets you easily build complex, portable applications:
> > Which mailing list would I go to if I were trying to make a notepad-like
> program that compiles?
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- From: "David Phillips" <firstname.lastname@example.org>