Sorry for this newbie question.
From the lcc-win32 user manual.
The framework provided by lcc-win32 centers about providing a simple
interface for calling all the functions associated with a certain control.
The general syntax for using this objects is:
This is a short hand for the normmaly used C syntax, that has ben
simplified. In strict C you woould be required to write:
I'm puzzled about this. Does this mean that lcc supports some kind of C++
style method calling, or this is achieved with macros or some such? What is
'the framework' to which it refers? Where shoudl I be looking to read about