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Fri Dec 1 00:02:36 GMT 2000
> > I am a C programmer, and I need to write some GUI applications. Looks
> > like Qt is a good choice, but I know very litle about C++.
> > So, what is the best (and/or quickest) way to choose?
> > a) Learn C++ an then Qt?
possible to avoid brain overloading.
> > b) Learn Qt while learning C++?
possibly the best.
> > c) Dont care about C++, just use Qt?
impossible since Qt is a library of C++ classes. Qt is written in C++.
You need to know about C++.
> > I have used Borland C++ Builder once, and ``c'' worked well. Would it be
> > applied to Qt too?
Supported but not well. Better is if you use KDevelop + gcc on Linux for
free, or you get MS Visual C++ on Win32.
> > Thanks.
F at lk
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