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Radheya Patil10-Nov-22 17:37
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GeneralRe: My Code gets stuck at MessageBox.Show() after pressing OK it does not move further. Pin
Radheya Patil10-Nov-22 17:39
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QuestionNet framework again Pin
Calin Negru8-Nov-22 8:59
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OriginalGriff8-Nov-22 11:05
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Yes, in the same way that a F1 car is just a Ford Fiesta replacement.

You can compare MFC to .NET, but .NET is a lot more than "just a windows framework" - MFC is just a structured C++ framework around the Win32 API. But it made Windows development so much easier than the entirely manual message handling that preceded it. And .NET makes development so much easier than MFC was*. It's also language agnostic in a way that MFC never could be, despite being a solid part of C# - to the point where C# can't actually do much if anything without .NET behind it to provide even basic string handling! The number of languages that you can use .NET is is pretty impressive - and any assembly written in one of them can be used in another as it it was written in the same language.

I used C for Windows, Then C++, then MFC/C++, and finally moved to C# with .NET and despite it's vast scale it's pretty much consistent: it something works for one control, there's a good chance the same properties will exist in another for example.

Would I go back to DLL Hell and MFC? Not a chance in Hades!

* You may have noticed that I didn't mention "Windows" with .NET - it also exists for Linux, Android, and iOS via Xamarin. Try that with MFC ...
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