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I'm writing a simple one window program with inputs and outputs in a GUI. My problem is that I don't know what program to use to make the graphics and then implement them into the window I am using. I just need to be able to make simple vector objects that I can control and minipulate. I've looked around and have gotten confused on what to use. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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GUIs differ (to the best of my kwowledge?) in C++ based on what operating system you're using. Linux systems, for example, can use QT, etc. Are you using Microsoft Visual C++ in Windows perhaps (on the other hand)?

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I am using Visual C++. I have another post that you replied to concerning the same program. I need to put a simple drawing into the gui window that is controlled by the information that is given to it. This is a simulation program of something falling to the earth if that helps.

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Oops. It's really late and I'm sorta sleepy - guess I didn't notice the name of the topic was "animation in visual c++" LOL Unfortunately, I'm not a VC++ user. Maybe someone else here would be able to be of some assistance.

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I'm writing a simple one window program with inputs and outputs in a GUI. My problem is that I don't know what program to use to make the graphics and then implement them into the window I am using. I just need to be able to make simple vector objects that I can control and minipulate. I've looked around and have gotten confused on what to use. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Hi Naresh,

You appear to have quoted the original post without adding anything. Did you have something to add? A question, or additional response? Care to try again?

Bob

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