Object Oriented Programming Under Windows NT and 95
Objected-Oriented Programming for Windows 95 and NT brings the power of true object-oriented programming methods to real-world Windows development.
The book describes fundamental object-oriented programming methods and explains how readers may apply them within the Windows 95 (and 98) and Windows NT environments using three leading programming tools - Microsoft Visual C++ and Visual Basic and Borland Delphi.
Readers will understand how traditional object-oriented principles and techniques correspond to the characteristics of modern operating environments and how OOP approaches can help them more efficiently create genuinely user-friendly applications. The book describes from an object perspective many important Windows programming components and tasks, including: windows and dialog boxes, ActiveX and other controls, menus, event handling, graphics, file access, on-line help, and OLE (object linking and embedding).
Objected-Oriented Programming for Windows 95 and NT will help both beginning and experienced Windows developers bolster their programming arsenal and can help any developer make the transition from traditional, non-object environments to object-oriented programming methods.
Explains development fundamentals for all Windows operating systems
Teaches Windows application development with the three leading tools -
Visual C++, Visual Basic, and Borland Delphi
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The Windows Environment
Creating an Application
Windows and Dialog Boxes
Responding to Events
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