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How can i create a window using C++11 in windows operating system.
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You can use Win32, MFC or C++/CLI depending on your requirements. There are lots of articles here on CodeProject[^] with samples that will help. You can also go to the Windows Desktop Development page[^], MFC section[^] or the C++/CLI section[^], all on MSDN.
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compuknow 30-Nov-12 11:41am    
Sir, actually i am asking a solution in borland C++ 5. I have no expertise in using visual C++. When i used visual C++ it just errors upon compiling saying that the associated .exe cannot be located. Visual C++ builds forms on its own. But i am required to explain its function also from top to bottom clearly. I am no expert in using windows based .NET or ActiveX Objects. The only thing i know is something about windows.h. When i entered something similar to drawing , the editor popped up a box showing some related drawing functions. But all are based on some complicated C++ classes , which i haven't seen in my books.

The functions in the MFC sections , i belive can be used only with visual C++. Borland C++ 5 does not even recognize #using preprocessor commands but has windows.h header files.
Richard MacCutchan 30-Nov-12 12:06pm    
A pity you did not mention that in your original question. Here are some links that may be more useful.
compuknow 30-Nov-12 12:19pm    
Sir, the links does not direct me to anything relevant to window box creation instead it tells about borland C++ only.

Richard MacCutchan 30-Nov-12 13:04pm    
Try changing the search words until you find what you are looking for.

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