Visual C++ 5 for Dummies

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IDG Books Worldwide, 1997 - Computers - 477 pages
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The first edition of this book sold over 67,500 copies. The new version provides the basics that programmers need to begin understanding this complex language and its quirks, rules, and confusing terms. Novice and experienced programmers will find fast and friendly advice on understanding Visual C++ in this easy-to-use reference.

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Michael Hyman works on Internet technology at a major software company in the Northwest U.S.and was formerly a business unit manager at Borland Software Corporation. Among his 10 other books are the bestselling "Visual C++ For Dummies", "Visual J++ For Dummies", and "Dynamic HTML For Dummies". He is co-author of "Mike and Phani's Essential C++ Techniques", published by Apress.

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