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CODE FOR December 1997 ISSUE: CODE MSJDec97 (296,884 Bytes)

Editor's Note
Joe Flanigen
Under the Hood
Matt Pietrek  
Visual Programmer
Shepherd and Wingo 
Bugslayer
John Robbins 
C++ Q&A
Paul DiLascia

The COM+ Programming Model Makes it Easy to Write Components in Any Language

COM+ makes the COM programming model more like the programming model of the language you use—you write classes in your favorite language; your tools and the COM+ runtime take care of turning them into COM components and applications.
Mary Kirtland

 

A Programmer's Perspective on New System DLL Features in Windows NT 5.0, Part II

This month, we look at additions to ADVAPI32, the shell, the common controls, and COM. We'll also examine additions to WININET.DLL and IMAGEHLP.DLL, plus the new Shell Light Weight API and task scheduling interfaces.
Matt Pietrek

 

Implementing the New Win32 Driver Model for Windows 98 and Windows NT 5.0

Walter Oney finishes our introduction to the Win32 Driver Model by describing the handling of Plug and Play and Power Management I/O requests and demonstrating how a Virtual Device Driver running in Windows 98 can call a WDM driver.
Walter Oney


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