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I have no experience develop with X11.

I have once programming with Win32, MFC, DirectX, etc. So there must be a lot Microsoft stuff filled in my brain, and I want to train myself to convert the brain to X style.

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That depends on how far down the rabbit hole you want to go. At the very bottom is Xlib and XCB, but most people never go any lower than GTK+ or Qt.

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