1 - Programming and Using Dialogs(download tutorial source .zip file)
(download tutorial program .seb file only)
Windows are everywhere - it's rare to see an operating system without them. That's reasonable, as windows (and particularly dialog windows) provide a natural way to group information. Whether it's an alert or some form of input, the dialog offers the convenience of grouping like information together. It's especially useful for what I call intermittent data, information you don't need all the time, and so don't need to have on the main window. Because they are all pervasive, designing a dialog and then using it is a very important part of programming on the ebm, as on other systems.
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