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Application?

Application?

Application?

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Hello,

I just started to learn C++ and i bought Borland C++ Builder 5. When i start a console wizard, i can put code in the source code so you see the outcome in the dos mode. But if i choose 'application' and i type the same code in the .cpp file, i dont see anything in the form. I can take a label but why doesn't he compile the code in an application, when it does in a console wizard?
Thanx

RE: Application?

try this: Label1->Caption="hello"; thats how you show something thru a label. console is quite a bit different from application, you should find a tutorial 4 it.

Cyprus

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