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Difference Between console application and windows application?
September 09, 2008
Whats is the Difference Between console application and windows application?
Posted Date: September 09, 2008 Points: 5
The difference is that in a Windows application GUI is use Win32 API to create windows application where as Console Application not.
One main difference is there that no GUI in console application where as Windows Application does have GUI.
Syed Shakeer Hussain
Posted Date: April 30, 2009 Points: 5
1)Windows Application is a GUI(graphical user interface)appilcation.
2)we can add labels ,textboxes,buttons,dropdownlist on windows application.
3)out put can display on windows its self
4)it contains ToolBox.
1)console application output comes on DOS Prompt.
2)It cannot contain ToolBox
Posted Date: December 22, 2009 Points: 5
Windows applications are GUI applications but console applications have no GUI.
Console application run on a console window like MS DOS, but windows applications run inside a window.
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