Beginning Visual C++ 5

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Wrox Press, 1997 - Computers - 1053 pages
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Wrox Beginning Guides are carefully crafted to make learning to program easier than you think. How? Well, it's not magic, just a great deal of experience, care, and thought about how people learn best. First, we build a solid understanding of the language. Then we teach practical programming skills by applying that knowledge in realistic examples. We go from the basics right to the cutting edge in easy steps. Where most "beginners" books stop, we carry on, giving you the confidence and knowledge to create professional applications you can be proud of.

The Wrox Philosophy

Our aim is to make you successful by sharing the knowledge of experienced programmers at every stage in your career.

"I've been designing, programming and teaching people about computers for over 30 'years. All of the good things I have seen flowed from a deep knowledge of the problem and the tools to deal with it. I want you to succeed at the cutting edge of Windows programming by building on a solid bedrock of C ++ understanding.

You'll need the discipline to work through the examples and experiment on your own, and to hang in there with me when things get tough. I'll help you, but you have to want to climb the mountain, and believe that it's worth becoming a real programmer".

Who is this book for?

This book is for anyone who wants to learn C ++ and Windows programming with Visual C ++ 5 and MFC. Although progress will be easier if you have some experience of a programming discipline, an adept newcomer will also succeed in taming object-oriented programming and writing real Windows applications.

What does this book cover?

- Contains a complete C ++ tutorial from first principles

- Learn how to designand write object-oriented programs

- Understand how and why MFC works

- Find out h

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