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debuging win32 app

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joe
Hi when iam writing a console program it is preatty simple to ouput
variables to stdout, but how do i do that with a windows app?
i am compiling a windows app tha uses cp and cpp libs and i am trying to
get the parametes for a function inside the function. is there a way to pop
up a window with the value? or do i have to write them to a file?
Nov 14 '05 #1
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joe <jo****@thecia.net> wrote in
news:Xn*****************************@207.69.154.20 4:
Hi when iam writing a console program it is preatty simple to ouput
variables to stdout, but how do i do that with a windows app?
No help from the C language I'm afraid with regard to screen output if
stdout doesn't work. You'll need to ask in one of the the
microsoft.public.* newsgroups.
get the parametes for a function inside the function. is there a way to
pop up a window with the value? or do i have to write them to a file?


If it's a C program then it should support writing to a file, see fopen,
fwrite, fclose, fseek.

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Nov 14 '05 #2

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joe <jo****@thecia.net> spoke thus:
Hi when iam writing a console program it is preatty simple to ouput
(Windows blather)


Do not post any more Windows questions here. Replies to your other
posts have stated in no uncertain terms what is topical for this
group.

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Nov 14 '05 #3

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