A Windows Dictionary App, written in C++. Unlike its cool cousin Mac OS X, Windows doesn’t come with  dictionary. Not that it’s a feature to die for. But still. Always nice to have it, in case you need it.

I’ve used SQLite3 to retrieve entries from the Data file.

Database management is an integral part of app development, and one that I had no idea about, until recently.

I’ve tried to make the client as small as possible (478KB).


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