I just started learning C++. I'd like to point out I'm on a very low level - right now I can only do the basic stuff like declaring variables etc., as I only spent about 5 minutes learning yet.
Anyway - I've heard some things about "managed C++" and "unmanaged C++". From my understanding, for running managed C++ on a machine, the .NET framework is required, while unmanaged C++ provides native programs.
How do form applications work in C++? Can form applications in C++ be native (written in unmanaged C++)?
Is there anything like a form designer in unmanaged C++?
I have experience in VB.NET, if that matters.
Thanks in advance,
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