I am seeking to learn how to link my drag/drop GUI's to the code I wrote for a program from some 9 years ago.
I.e., I have Borland, and MS's Visual Studio 6.
I used both-- at different times-- to create a program, and was able to use Borland's compiler to make a windows type, DOS-based program, that had inputs, and outputs.
It actually worked really well. That was where I got greedy, and wanted to make a Windows-type GUI interface for everyone, across all platforms to use.
However, after my C++ classes at my local college, and university were through, I realized I never learned how to link my inputs to input boxes, and outputs to output boxes on a user form GUI.
One former acquaintance of mine showed me some basic stuff in Visual Basic. But I either did not pay close enough attention, got lost in between, or the two languages are completely, and thoroughly different-- which actually would not surprise me. Of course I can be equally notorious for not paying attention too.....
Also, I suppose I should say that based on what I've learned in my recent experiences with Excel macros, it appears that my user input boxes must be named identically to my user input variables. As would be my user output boxes must be identically named to my user output variables.
Where do I start to get the info to link my GUI's to my code?
Thank you to all.