Quote Originally Posted by topblast View Post
That's the point of C++, some IDEs might define int as integer, is so they will be easily fixed. C++ is object oriented its just C at the next lvl. Would you like to type DWORD as unsigned int32 everytime? What about the unsigned chars(BYTE) and unsigned long(QWORD). They must be a reason or its the programmers habits, your the the programmers of windows so deal with it
typedef int INT;
typedef float FLOAT;
typedef char CHAR;

Would you like to type INT as int everytime? What about the floats and char.
Some of them make sense but really others are just pointless if they're the exact same thing