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Essential Visual C++ 6.0 Fast: An Introduction to Windows Programming Using the Microsoft Foundation Class Library
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Microsofts Visual C++ 6.0 contains many new features to help developers build high performance applications. This book is ideal reading for those who want a quick introduction to Windows programming with Visual C++ and the Microsoft Foundation Class (MFC) library. Written in the inimitable style of the Essentials series, with lots of clear examples, this book is perfect for those who need to learn the maximum in the minimum time and to develop applications fast. Newcomers to the package will also find that Essential Visual C++ 6.0 fast will help them create applications - incorporating all the new features - quickly, effectively and productively. Topics covered include: the two key Windows classes: CFrameWnd and CWinApp; the MFC Library; message maps; controls; graphical output, and much more.
Microsoft's Visual C++ 6. 0 contains lots of new features designed to help developers build high performance applications. This book covers all these, which makes it ideal reading for those who want a quick introduction to Windows programming with Visual C++ and the Microsoft Foundation class (MFC) library. Topics covered by Ian Chivers in this book include: The 2 key Windows classes: CFrameWnd and CWinApp; Message Maps; Controls. Graphical Output Newcomers to the package will find that Essential Visual C++ 6. 0 fast will help them to create their own applications - incorporating all the new features - quickly, effectively and productively.
Table of Contents
Overview.- Visual Studio.- Getting Started.- Messages.- Menus.- Dialogue Boxes.- List Boxes.- Check Box with Grouping.- Edit Boxes, Radio Buttons and Plain Text.- Common Controls.- Tool Bars.- Status Bars and Tool Tips.- Icons.- Text i/o Using Device Contexts.- Graphics Using Device Contexts.- Bitmaps Using Device Contexts.- Where Next?
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