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Your hands-on guide to Visual C++/CLI fundamentals
Expand your expertise—and teach yourself the fundamentals of the Microsoft Visual C++/CLI language. If you have previous programming experience but are new to Visual C++, this tutorial delivers the step-by-step guidance and coding exercises you need to master core topics and techniques.
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Teach yourself how to develop Windows applications using C++ and .NET Framework 4.5—one step at a time. Ideal for those with basic programming skills, this tutorial provides practical, learn-by-doing exercises to help you master the fundamental techniques for creating .NET applications using C++/CLI (Common Language Infrastructure).
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About the Author
Julian Templeman is a professional consultant, trainer, and writer who has been using and teaching C++ for nearly 20 years and has been involved with .NET since its first alpha release in 1998. He is the author or coauthor of 10 programming books, including COM Programming with Microsoft .NET.
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IntroductionPart I: Getting Started with C++ .NETChapter 1: Hello C++!Chapter 2: Introducing Object-Oriented ProgrammingChapter 3: Variables and OperatorsChapter 4: Using FunctionsChapter 5: Decision and Loop StatementsChapter 6: More About Classes and ObjectsChapter 7: Controlling Object LifetimesChapter 8: InheritancePart II: Microsoft .NET Programming BasicsChapter 9: Value TypesChapter 10: Operator OverloadingChapter 11: Exception HandlingChapter 12: Arrays and CollectionsChapter 13: PropertiesChapter 14: Delegates and EventsChapter 15: The .NET Framework Class LibraryPart III: Using the .NET FrameworkChapter 16: Working with FilesChapter 17: Reading and Writing XMLChapter 18: Using ADO.NETChapter 19: Writing a Service by Using Windows Communication FoundationChapter 20: Introducing Windows Store AppsChapter 21: More About Windows Store AppsPart IV: Advanced topicsChapter 22: Working with Unmanaged CodeChapter 23: Attributes and ReflectionChapter 24: Living with COM
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