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Developing Professional Applications for Windows 98 and NT Using MFC

by Marshall Brain

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0130851213, Paperback)

This is a huge, single-volume storehouse of practical information for Visual C++ and MFC developers at all skill levels. It's a best-seller -- and it's just been fully updated to cover Windows 98 and NT 4. The authors offer precise, comprehensive coverage of everything MFC programmers need to succeed, from the basics to advanced database, OLE and thread support. Learn how to make the most of the AppWizard and Class Wizard; work with resource editors, canned dialogs, list and edit controls, debugging, and utility classes, and more. You'll find extensive coverage of advanced user interface features such as expanding dialogs and subclassed graphical lists. You also get a complete electronic version of the book on CD-ROM in Adobe Acrobat form, so it's easy to refer to the text as you take advantage of the book's many examples.

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