I've been programming in c++ a while now, and in the program I'm writing I want to use some simple gui. I am wondering if it is possible to make a dialog box without starting a new Win32 project? I found some code online, but I can't make it work..
Thank you! I found what you had posted previously on the c++ forum really helpfull!
I used your cbox code and just changed it a little bit to fit my program, but I had a problem when I used sprintf() on a function that returned an int value. It didn't return what I expected it to.. Does it have anything to do with the "%3.2f"?
Yep. The printf family of C Runtime functions take quite a variety of format specifiers to tell the function what sort of variable is to be formatted in terms of field size, decimal points or lack thereof, etc.
@chipp: Do not hijack other people's threads. If you have a question of your own, post your own thread, especially when the question seems unrelated. To quickly answer you: TRUE and FALSE are defined in the Windows SDK because the Windows SDK is C, not C++, and C did not have a boolean data type, much less boolean values true and false. Therefore, the Windows SDK provide a BOOL type and the respective boolean values TRUE and FALSE.