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Hi, I know how to do it in the console, but when it comes to Win32, I can't I've tried all those #includes(with Windows.h), and it doesn't let me. Anyways, if you guys know how, please share, I'd like to know.

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Hi, I have an array of hWnds, and I need to change each one of their background colors. They're all without a border(titlebar, and such). I've searched Google, and IxQuick, and I need an answer please. Thanks so much for the help.

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Hi, is there a good .ISO burner I can download? I have a CD, just need to burn a .ISO to it.

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Hi DW(DaniWeb) - I hope that's the correct term, since I'm a total Python/DaniWeb noob. I [B]think[/B] Python doesn't have a RE(Runtime Environment), but Python has the option for one. [URL="http://www.python.org/download/"]http://www.python.org/download/[/URL]. So, basically what I want to know is, do you [B]have[/B] to have a RE(Runtime Environment) or anything like a RE(Runtime Environment) [B]for developing Web Application's especially[/B], or just executable application's. Thanks so much, sorry I'm a noob.

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What's this mean? It's from Youtube. Can anyone tell me if it's just me or everyone? I got a virus today, so might just be me.

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Hi DW, I'm extremely new to DaniWeb. I have been coding in C++ for about one month. I'm thinking about coding in Python too. But, I'd like to ask some newbie question's about it first. [B]I'd like to know what it's used for.[/B] [I]I think it's mostly used for web application's.[/I] [B]I'd also like to know if it has a runtime environment[/B] [I]For example, Java's runtime environment is the JVM(Java Virtual Machine), at least I think so.[/I] [B]Also, is Python a language that's actually used?[/B] [I]Like do many companies use Python?[/I]

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Hi, what's #pragma and #pragma once? I can't find website's that explain it for a noob, as I am a noob. I think it's related to #ifdef? I also think I know what #ifdef is. It's when you want to see if something is defined. Like #ifdef WIN32 #endif. Thanks.

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