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ufff.... It's smallest of all my attempts.
I have used Microsoft Compiler for WinAPI program (second category).
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Here is Delphi program: 13.824 bytes
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And VB try: 16.384 bytes
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Hian boris you going great,
may be i beat u in Win32 api Challenege.btu were is your submission for MFC based application
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hm.... Size of my mfc app is about 16kb. How did you make so small app
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Helloo
boris how many CLasses are u using in MFC Based Windows.
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Helloo
boris how many CLasses are u using in MFC Based Windows.
and About how i created the most smallest MFC Window, i will display my code here.as every winner has to display it
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Helloo
boris how many CLasses are u using in MFC Based Windows.
I have removed almost all classes. In result I'm using one class: App-Class.
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I have removed almost all classes. In result I'm using one class: App-Class.
yeah Boris are you using the Precompiles header file ,or tell me which Version Visual Studio you are using
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I don't use precompile headers.
Version of my Visual Studio is 6 SP6.
I set optimization by size.