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Multiplatform libraries

Discussion in 'Software Development' started by Regicide, Jan 22, 2007.

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  1. Regicide

    Regicide Thread Starter

    Aug 8, 2003
    I am a computer science engineering major and I am looking to develop a program to put into my portfolio to show off to possible employers. I know that I would like the program to be multiplatform in that no extra coding will be needed to make the program work with other operating systems. Also, I want the program to be in C++ and GUI based. I know there are many multiplatform libraries available such as wxWidgets, Qt, GTK, etc... My question is, which one would be the most reputable? By that I mean, which one would a company like more? Right now I am leaning towards Qt because I think it looks the best, but I would like any kind of input!
  2. AGCurry


    Jun 15, 2005
    There seems to be little doubt, at least in this area of the country, that Java programming is what's sexy now. And it does have the advantage of portability.
  3. IMM


    Feb 1, 2002
    Qt if the uni is buying :D - otherwise I think widgets
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