Like similar programs, it has filtering options that verify the syntax of the source code. You can also find a lot of information about LCC-Win on the Internet, thanks to its large community of users.
With LCC Win32 you can develop software by writing the code manually or using external plugins to create layouts using drag and drop, or by using Widows API or third party libraries. The commands you can insert on the forms are practically the same as in other programming environments.
Windows 95 or higher to work on the command line. Windows 2000 to do it from the integrated development environment. Requires 32 MB of RAM and 50 MB of free space on your hard drive.