IPL Dialogs

The example below shows how you create an instruction to display some text on the screen. There are boxes to specify the area of the screen that you want the text in, buttons to say align the text to the left, right or middle of this area and another box for the text that you want to appear.


You will notice that the program in the background is displayed in a traditional manner. This removes any "culture shock" for those who decide to move on to other languages. However Initial Programming Language automatically converts between this format and the dialog boxes whenever you edit an instruction.
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A c++ error message, it's true; aGetWindowText() is not a member of CEdit, but what do I do next?