I have been studying C for about 5 months now and I've become pretty
proficient in the DOS environment. I wanted to possibly start doing some
Windows programming but I havn't learned the C++ language yet. When I say
Windows, I mean Windows 9x. My questions are:
1) Is it possible, or at least relativly easy, to write Windows programs in
C and not C++.
2) And what about using C with MFC or Borlands OWL?
I've been using Borland C++ 4.52 and have been targeting it for DOS but
I've noticed that
you can use the AppExpert, Resource Workshop etc to create C++ code for
3)Is there a way to have them generate C code instead. Or, is there a way to
just add C code to the code generated by AppExpert and compile it using the
rules for C (filename.c) instead of (filename.cpp).
My goal was to learn and become proficient in C and then maybe learn C++. I
was just wondering if learning C++ is absolutly necessary for Windows
Tanks for your time