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Programming Windows® with MFC, Second Edition
Author Jeff Prosise
Pages 1376
Disk 1 Companion CD(s)
Level Int/Adv
Published 04/28/1999
ISBN 9781572316959
ISBN-10 1-57231-695-0
Price(USD) $59.99
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Expanding what’s widely considered the definitive exposition of Microsoft's powerful C++ class library for the Microsoft® Windows® API, PROGRAMMING WINDOWS WITH MFC, Second Edition, fully updates the classic original with all-new coverage of COM, OLE, and ActiveX®. Author Jeff Prosise deftly builds your comprehension of underlying concepts and essential techniques for MFC programming with unparalleled expertise—once again delivering the consummate resource for rapid, object-oriented development on 32-bit Windows platforms. Coverage includes: • Fundamentals of event-driven programming and MFC • Document/view architecture • Bitmaps, palettes, and regions • Multithreading and thread synchronization • MFC and the Component Object Model (COM) • OLE Automation and OLE drag-and-drop • ActiveX controls PROGRAMMING WINDOWS WITH MFC, Second Edition, comes packed with insightful explanations and comprehensive learning resources—including Jeff’s prodigious code samples on CD-ROM. For understanding how to take advantage of the tens of thousands of lines of prebuilt, pretested code in the MFC library, this book—and this author—have no peer. An electronic version of this book is available on the companion CD.

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