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well that's a bit vague.

What do you know already?
- I've heard about dev-c++ and apparently it's the thing to use
- I've written "hello world" for the console
- I've written "hello world" as a win32 GUI
- I know how to create simple classes
- I know some things about the STL
- I've done a bit of Win32 programming
- your turn

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what i'm already know is just
:know to use the control sequence of dev c++
:know to use the system csl of dev c++
know to choose the libarary of dev c+
that all.

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If your using c++ , the command cout<<"\a"; makes a beep. You can
be creative.

If you are using windows, you can use beep(...), and adjust
the frequency and the length of the tone. You can be creative.

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what i'm already know is just
:know to use the control sequence of dev c++
:know to use the system csl of dev c++
know to choose the libarary of dev c+
that all.

I don't know what any of these three things are and which is specific to Dev C++ and which aren't. What's the "library of dev c++"?

What are the answers to Salem's questions and what do you want the program to do?

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yea that beep,i also know that
but the problem is when i click project option,i choose libwinmm.a
and what i do next?(i already make a new project).

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