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Borland C++ also comes with a form designer. I have used it for a while, but prefer Visual Studio now.

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bo8ster

Hard to go past Visual Studio. I know NetBeans supports C\C++ and has a form designer but not sure if is for C++.

I would not recommend Borland, in my experience it does not scale well and the IDE (i used Code Gear) is unstable.


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