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Practical Visual C++ 6 (Practical)

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Practical Visual C++ takes a straight forward, no-nonsense approach to teaching C++. The book is broken into a number of sections. The first part creates a foundation for the reader. The use of Developer Studio as well as the use of the Wizards, editors, and debuggers is covered. The core language is then covered. Coverage will include program flow, data types, functions, classes, object-oriented programming and much more. The book progress into the Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC). MFC is the libraries of pre-build classes that Microsoft provides to make Visual C++ programming much easier. By understanding how to use the classes within MFC, the reader will be able to create nearly any type of program. Specific coverage will include working with dialogs, objects, controls, document-views, file manipulation, printing, and more.

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ISBN-13: 9780789721426
ISBN-10: 0789721422
Pagini: 848
Dimensiuni: 187 x 230 x 49 mm
Greutate: 1.38 kg
Ediția: 1
Editura: Que
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Locul publicării: Indianapolis, United States

Notă biografică

Jon Bates is a software design consultant and contract software developer specializing in Visual C++. He has been involved in commercial, industrial, and military software development for more than 15 years. Tim Tompkins is a Software Development Manager for a European software company specializing in integrated MIS systems. He has programmed for a wide range of systems and is currently responsible for the design and implementation of commercial applications written in Visual C++.


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Practical Visual C++ takes a straight forward, no-nonsense approach to teaching C++. You start by learning the basics of Developer Studio with the use of the Wizards, editors, and debuggers. Then move on to the core language, including program flow, data types, functions, classes, object-oriented programming, and more. You then progress into the Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC), the libraries of pre-build classes that Microsoft provides to make Visual C++ programming much easier. By understanding how to use the classes within MFC, you will be able to create nearly any type of program. Specific coverage includes working with dialogs, objects, controls, document-views, file manipulation, and printing.