Visual C++ 4 Unleashed

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Sams Pub., Jan 1, 1996 - C++ (Computer program language.) - 868 pages
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This is the perfect book for advanced Visual C++ programmers. Its 1,100 pages explore the most advanced topics while its enclosed CD-ROM allows the user to quickly learn by working through the programs in the book. It not only covers the new release of Visual C++ and its capabilities but also teaches LAN programming, OLE, DLLs, OLE Automation, and how to update old programs to the new version of Visual C++.
-- Explores the capabilities of the new Visual C++ release
-- Provides extensive information on such advanced topics as I/O timers, LAN Programming, and Windows 95
-- Enclosed CD-ROM contains source code and illustrative programs from the book

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Contents

Parti The Visual C++Development System 1
The Visual
The Windows Architecture and the Win32 API 105
Copyright

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Toth is a software developer and consultant. He has set up Linux-based comprehensive Internet solutions and maintained systems for clients, and has developed Linux applications, including a real-time test system for a telephone company switching office.

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