MFC Programming from the Ground Up
C/C++ wiz and master of all programming things, Herb Schildt describes the MFC class hierarchy and teaches how to use it to create professional-quality Windows programs in record time. Schildt clearly explains how to handle messages, create menus, develop dialog boxes, and handle controls. There are various chapters on new, common controls such as toolbars, tree views, and status bars. The book also covers advanced topics such as Windows 95 console interface, multithreaded multitasking, floating menus, context-sensitive help, and the system registry.
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|Number Of Pages||663|
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