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    koolmoves?? made in?

    Hi

    I would like to know what programming language the SWF editors are made in??


    like koolmoves and the others. thanks

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    I want to build a program that will export swf files. what programming language do i need to learn??

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    Hi.

    some such software is written in c or c++, other is probably written in java

    Musicman

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    Frankly any programming language will do... Being able to export SWF has nothing to do with the programming language. I believe the SDK from Macromedia is for C+ is it not?

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    Most likely C++. But really, most commercial desktop PC software will have a combination of C++ and something else, usually some assembly code. Who knows? Maybe even some VB!

    I know for open swf you can do web stuff in PHP with the GD library.

    These are my guesses anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimeTunnel
    Most likely C++. But really, most commercial desktop PC software will have a combination of C++ and something else, usually some assembly code. Who knows? Maybe even some VB!

    I know for open swf you can do web stuff in PHP with the GD library.

    These are my guesses anyway.
    Actually that would be the MING library

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    Quote Originally Posted by blanius
    Actually that would be the MING library
    D'OH!
    You're right. It was late when I wrote that response.

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