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C++ documentation in "Autoit Style"

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Where do I can find a documentation like Autoit(very usefull ".chm" and very orderly and exhaustive),that explains all the commands,functions,library(include)...everything!Is very useful but for C++ I didn't found nothing like it.

Who can help me,I need

I like very much the orderly and how are explained each member of language,like in that screenshot

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There is no such integrated helpfile for C++ - partly because everyone is using different freaking 3r party libraries for _everything_. The helpfile and its integration with SciTE is probably about 30% of the reason why AutoIt is so popular! :D

Where do I can find a documentation like Autoit(very usefull ".chm" and very orderly and exhaustive),that explains all the commands,functions,library(include)...everything!Is very useful but for C++ I didn't found nothing like it.

Who can help me,I need

I like very much the orderly and how are explained each member of language,like in that screenshot

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Probably the closest you can get will be the MSDN library which you can download but you will have to do some searching to find it. The library for .NET versions is easier to find.


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.Net's documentation is actually quite thorough. When using a well written IDE, the XML doc tags can be loaded from the same directory as the library.

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Guys,msdn and .net framework too,gives support to program in visualc++ (now is the the new c#),and just a little help for c++...but before learn a language like c++ that "follow" the os(c#),I prefer to learn the pure c++,and later,maybe I can give a look to the c#...


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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

Is very useful but for C++ I didn't found nothing like it.

Who can help me,I need

I like very much the orderly and how are explained each member of language,like in that screenshot

That is because in native C++, there are no built-in "commands" - except for what the compiler decides to implement. You need to look-up the help file for the specific API you wish to use.

Here is the same exact question:

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=66050

Edited by cppman

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