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Mastering Visual C++ 6

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Mastering Visual C++ 6, 9780782122732 (0782122736), Sybex, 1998
At 1400 pages, Mastering Visual C++ 6 is the one-stop reference for programmers (beginners through experts) who want to learn Microsoft's powerful 32-bit Visual C++ development environment. The book's tutorial "framework" provides a complete introduction to Microsoft's Win 32 programming architecture that lets you quickly create lightning-fast, commercial applications for Microsoft's new Windows 98 and Windows NT platforms. Coverage includes new tools, "wizards," "studios," and Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC), all illustrated by hundreds of practical real-world programming examples, hints, and tips. The CD includes all of the book's source code and executable programs and important SDKs and third party add-in software.

Mastering Visual C++ 6 is a comprehensive guide to the latest version of Visual C++ and the Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC), the tools of preference for Windows programmers everywhere. Inside, you'll profit from the expertise of a seasoned C++ teacher. Clear, practical explanations of key concepts and techniques show you the path to building bullet-proof 32-bit applications. In-depth exploration of the Visual C++ environment puts you in control and lets you use the language's powerful new set of tools.
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