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Discussion in 'Help and Support' started by LaRoza, Jul 27, 2007.

  1. LaRoza

    LaRoza New Member

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    It would be nice if this forum had OS specific forums.

    Much of the main page is Windows only, I believe a "C" specific forum should focus on C, not proprietary software.

    Maybe there could be a subforum for Windows specific and Linux specific programming, so the focus on the main page will be on C/C++.
     
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    That is a very good suggestions but as of now it does not have many queries to have it separated and as and when we have it we will have the appropriate sections.

    Main page is all about programming and I don't see any thing about windows / proprietary software.

    We can have that in the futures.
     
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    * Win32 (Advanced/Beginner)
    * MFC (Advanced/Beginner)
    * C# I(Advanced/Beginner)
    * Visual Basic

    These are not open or cross platform.
     
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    Ok. So you mean to say we should have C as Linux / Windows instead of (Advanced/Beginner)
     
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    I think it should focus on Ansii C/C++, with subforums for specific API's.
     
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    We will definitely look into it.
     

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