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A Simple Cross-platform Program

, 13 Aug 2009 CPOL
How to write a program that allows a simple game to run on Linux and Windows
cross_platform.zip
cross_platform-l
MySudoku_windows_exe
MySudoku_sourcefiles
MySudoku_linux_exe
MySudoku_source_windows
MySudoku_source_linux
sudokudll
sudoku_bmp
MySudoku
src_add_replace
My Project
My Project
bin
debug
sudokudll.dll
start.bmp
MySudoku.exe
MySudoku.pdf
MySudoku
start.bmp
MySudoku.glade
Thumbs.db
sudokudll.vcproj.HOME-25D652AEB2.carl.user
app.ico
sudoku_bmp.vbproj.user
sudoku-p.ico
sudokudll.dll
sudoku.ico
MySudoku_TemporaryKey.pfx
MySudoku.vbproj.user
start.bmp
Settings.settings
Application.myapp
Settings.settings
Application.myapp
Thumbs.db
start.bmp

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carl morey

Australia Australia
I identify with the starfish.
I may be really stupid and have to use visual basic but at least I'm happy.

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