[CS-FSLUG] General Programming Question

Michael Bradley, Jr. michaelsbradleyjr at gmail.com
Tue Nov 8 01:12:37 CST 2005

On 11/8/05, Michael Bradley, Jr. <michaelsbradleyjr at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 11/8/05, Don Parris <gnumathetes at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm curious. I see discussions here regarding GTK and QT. I am
> > assuming that most (educated?) programmers (or engineers?) write code
> > based on a philosophy of software design. If true, and the two toolkits I've
> > mentioned represent two different design philosophies, could someone point
> > out the key differences between them?
> >
> You may already be aware of this distinction, but GTK uses the C
> programming language; whereas Qt uses the C++ programming language. Both
> toolkits entail an object-oriented approach to interface and application
> building.

I forgot to include the following link:

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