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Windows 7: how to create a simple software


08 Sep 2012   #1

windows xp pro 32-bit
 
 
how to create a simple software

how do i make simple software for windows
softwares like a calculator, conversion, and many more which is not very complicated to do

what software should i use... it can be free or trial
like in my studies in my school we use gambas and type in codes and insert some function buttons, textbox and etc to create a softwares or a question boxes that can be used in ubuntu

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08 Sep 2012   #2

Windows 7 64Bit Professional
 
 
Simple Software

Hi NFSworld,

On creating your simple software, it all depends on what language that you want to use. With the boxes that you are talking about, that sounds like VB6 or Java. I myself use C++ in which Dev C++ or Quincy are both free and excellent programs in which to create and compile "C" and/or "C++" programs. I use VB6, Java Blue and both of the C++ compiler's. VB6 is a program that you after to pay the full retail price and the Java (Blue), Quincy and Dev C++ are freeware. All are very powerful programs.

Gil
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08 Sep 2012   #3

Win 7 Pro 64-bit 7601
 
 

if all you want to do is calculation and conversion, and general "working with numbers", using a spreadsheet program like Excel from Microsoft's Office packet, or its free alternatives like Liberoffice's Calc or Math sound much much much easier than learning to code any program from scratch.
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