On 7 Apr 2002 at 4:31, Oscar Fuentes wrote:
> "Isidro" <isidro@...> writes:
> > Hi
> > I would like to know the correspondence between the .h of MFC
> > and
> > the .h of Mingw. could someone help me.
> MFC == Microsoft Foundation Classes? There is no correspondence at
> all. MinGW does not include MFC. I doubt that MinGW could use MFC as
> that library relies on some extensions and deviations of the MS C++
> If you want to use a library to do GUI programming take a look to
> wxWindows (http://www.wxwindows.org)
> In case you really mean if there exists a guide to know where to find
> a C function declaration on the MinGW header files, I think there is
> no such guide, although the 'grep' command works fairly well for this.
What Oscar said is correct.
Isidro, you need to tell us what a .h file is to you first. To most people who program in either c or c++, .h files
are specific files for specific uses. The .h on a file typically means .h(eader) file.
Any good C/C++ programming documentation will point out to you what an .h file really is, as well as what it
is and can (or can not) be used for.
Finally, the question is a programming question that doesn't really have a bearing on the Mingw runtime or
how Mingw runs/functions. In the future it might be a good idea, in order to maintain clarity and order on the list, to
entitle these sorts of posts as either a) OT or b) Semi-OT. OT means "Off Topic".
Thanks for your patience.
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