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Create a simple GUI exe

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April 10, 2013 11:33:27 AM

Pls suggest me the " easiest " way to create an exe file

which upon executing display a panel* having atleast:
1. certain texts*;
2. buttons* (offcourse linked with some other file execution)

and if possible also includes
3. catching info* abt the drag n drop 'ed items
4. mouse scrolling action*
5. check boxes*
etc

* : max. customizeable.

I know C/C++, but am not an expert in it.

The very obvious solution visual studio or any other programming related applications is my last preference because i dont have time to spend on learning the programming stuff.

Please suggest me if there is any user-friendly software to do so!

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April 10, 2013 11:41:55 AM
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The easiest way to do it is to do it in Visual Basic because its interface allows you to drag and drop labels and buttons onto a windows form. In C++ it can be done with CreateWindow() and having "BUTTON" for button or "STATIC" for the labels.

I think the function to open other files is called ShellExecute().

You can look it up in the MSDN. I am not sure how you would do drag and drop in Visual Basic, but in C++ it would be the parameters in the int main(int argc, char **argv).

Are you asking to capture mouse scroll movement or to reproduce mouse scroll movement?

Visual Basic's interface has check boxes in its drag and drop interface. Can be done in C++ using CreateWindow() function and having "BUTTON" as the class and BS_CHECKBOX as one of the draw parameters.

You can also do it in C++, but that requires more code.
April 10, 2013 11:42:20 AM

Try getting in to VB.net using VisualStudio. There are free versions of Studio and a lot of resources to get you started.
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January 1, 2014 4:59:15 AM

i was hoping for a third party software with simple interface for it

dont have time to dig in VB. Maybe later.

BTW thanks to all.
a b $ Windows 7
January 1, 2014 5:08:26 AM

If you don't have time to learn the programming stuff then it isn't going to happen.
January 1, 2014 5:16:08 AM

Ijack said:
If you don't have time to learn the programming stuff then it isn't going to happen.


like i said 'maybe later'

these days i m busy in other learning activities.
i have studied basics of c++ in high school.

Could you remind me code for defining a float variable to save upto only two decimal place
by default its save upto six decimal. I m programming a 8bit micro controller and so its memory is limitd

so could u suggest a way..?
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