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Hello, reversecode, you wrote: R> for a long time the known answer to such questions - make itself R> in what a problem to take and outline the ? A counter question - what for? For what to waste time and forces, that for a long time it is already ready  this way (development of the GUI libraries on a C ++) I would name: - to Force an open door P.S. And than you Qt did not please? Well you do not want that it is bulky, so take prior version, for example Qt 4.8.7. In what a problem?

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Hello, dosik, you wrote: SaZ> STL - already very large library. You too avoid it? D> it that became in 11 standard. It is almost impossible to avoid it, differently With ++ to turn to idle time With with classes Three whales of OOP: Encapsulation Inheritance Polymorphism Exist and without STL... So at what here With with classes SaZ> you can accurately formulate idle time, what "the large library" means for you? D>... QT it is superfluous - a lot of superfluous that  I will not be. On a course, concept "the large library" remains not clear... Here if you knew that: Processors (not only Intel and AMD, but even ARM) - are superfluous; Any Operating system (as Windows, and any Linux and  poppies-axes) - is superfluous; Any application (aka the user process)  behind itself is a lot of system libraries about which users, and sometimes even developers - do not suspect (the utility Depends.exe: http://www.dependencywalker.com in the help). . I Think that would change from the computer, for an abacus - there redundances are not present

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Hello, AlexGin, you wrote: AG> Three whales of OOP: AG> Encapsulation AG> Inheritance AG> Polymorphism AG> Exist and without STL... I Congratulate you that at last that understood AG> Here if you knew that: AG> Processors (not only Intels and AMD, but even ARM) - are superfluous; AG> Any Operating system (as Windows, and any Linux and  poppies-axes) - is superfluous... AG> I Think that would change from the computer, for an abacus - there redundances are not present! You probably and do!

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AG> the Counter question - what for? AG> For what to waste time and forces, that for a long time it is already ready AG>  this way (development of the GUI libraries on a C ++) I would name: AG> - to Force an open door the important point, to track a subject the subject beginning, the HARDWARE, - I know much , time, two, three... , approaches nothing, advise still  reading it, clearly, a subject for the sake of a flame, therefore I gave the reasonable answer, - it is pleasant nothing and cannot find anything made?! - Make

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Not bicycle and  where all continue to chew and cry

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Hello, reversecode, you wrote: R> an important point to track a subject precisely important!!! R> the subject beginning, the HARDWARE, - I know much , time, two, three... , approaches nothing, advise still  Google (Wiki) offers much GUI who that , advise what to select with following criteria: time, two, three...