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  • Michael Mattias
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    If you want the DLL to write to the Console Window, you'll need to just use Win API functions to do so.
    Simple STDOUT for PB/DLL and PB/Win 2-13-04

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  • Bob Zale
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    Great. Let us know if you have any other questions...


    Bob

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  • Jeffrey Ashworth
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    Thanks, Bob. Looks like I'll be ordering a new toy this week.

    -Jeff

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  • Bob Zale
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    The differences:

    1- PB/WIN can create DLL's, PB/CC cannot.
    2- PB/WIN offers functions to create a GUI, PB/CC offers functions to manage a Console window.

    Both offer a complete IDE, debugger, and easy access to TCP/UDP. Everything else is the same.

    It's a piece of cake to create a DLL with no user interface. If you want the DLL to write to the Console Window, you'll need to just use Win API functions to do so.

    Best regards,

    Bob Zale
    PowerBASIC Inc.

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  • Jeffrey Ashworth
    started a topic Compiler differences

    Compiler differences

    A quick question about the different compilers

    If I read the docs correctly, the following is true.

    DLL IDE Sockets
    PB/Win Y Y Y(?)
    PB/CC N N Y(?)

    Did I read the docs correctly?
    If the above is true, is it possible to build a console
    DLL (no UI) with the Win version.

    Thanks in advance.

    -Jeff
    Last edited by Jeffrey Ashworth; 25 Mar 2008, 04:52 PM. Reason: Hosed format
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