# To subscribers of the xforms list from Erich Schulz <firstname.lastname@example.org> :
What would be the best way to use the xforms library in a c++ programme so that
you could treat the objects on the screen in a more OO fashion then is
described in the manual?
In particular, is it possible to handle the creation of objects on the screen,
in the constructor methods of an object which you define, for example have
multiple occurances of the lines:
form = fl_bgn_form(FL_UP_BOX,390,420);
lots of code
or is it possible to create screen objects inside the form above, with the
instatniation occuring outside the fl_bgn_form /fl_end_form pair.
-- Erich Schulz Instrumental Technologies PO Box 6028, Lake Munmorah, NSW 2259 Ph: (+61)0500 551 228 , Fax: (+612) 43583113 Mob: 0408 201 228 _________________________________________________ To unsubscribe, send the message "unsubscribe" to email@example.com or see http://bob.usuhs.mil/mailserv/xforms.html XForms Home Page: http://world.std.com/~xforms List Archive: http://bob.usuhs.mil/mailserv/list-archives/
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