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❄ [KINDLE] ✽ Programming with MFC & Visual C++ 6.0 (Computer Science Design Series) (Volume 1) By Nicholas L. Pappas Ph.D. ➝ – Spectekhnika.pro Computer Science Design SeriesProgramming with MFC & Visual C 60This text is about how to use Windows Microsoft Foundation Classes the MFC and the software program Visual C 60 to write programs using Computer Science Design SeriesProgramming with MFC & Visual C 60This text is about how to use Windows Microsoft Foundation Classes the MFC and the software program Visual C 60 to write programs using windows without knowing how to write the complex code that produces the windows The MFC60 combination immensely simplifies the writing of any program that uses one orwindows Second this is about learning how program with MFC from the bottom up so that you can produce the projects presented here Many MFC classes and functions replaceobsolete many C C and C# classes and functions Conseuently you can go directly to MFC and save a lot of time and energy Programming with MFC allows you to work at the top of the C hierarchy while avoiding the limitations of C C and C# This text begins to show you how to program with MFC by using Visual C 60 to produce skeleton programs on the Visual C screen Skeletons that include code producing the windows in which your programs will be presented For example skeletons that reuire adding only one code line to produce the “Hello World” program in a window We say begin because learning how to program in any language is an endless task There is an unavoidable “cook book” element to using Visual C 60 that dictates how to create the skeletons and where to enter code in the skeletons This text is different Instead of referring you to code on a disk with few if any comments and instead of offering partial explanations in the text reuiring you have to go back and forth from book to disk and wondering what to do next we show you how code is written that actually creates programs that run on any computer using the windows operating system That is why only the Visual C 60 disk is reuiredWe briefly explain most of the code lines used to produce the functions reuired by the projects We expect the reader to have a basic programming capability This text uses the Jeff Prosise text “Programming Windows with MFC” as a very useful referenceMost of the time JP’s text tells us what functions to use The MFC library included with Visual C tells us how to use them sometimesWith Jeff Prosise’s text supporting us we were able to write programs using windows while knowing nothing about windows programming and very little about MFC and the various C languages JP’s text gave us a great start with the design process producing programs presented in one orwindows That experience brings us to this point We wrote this text because even with the JP reference we learned that we had to answer many “How do we do that?” uestions Answers we needed in order to produce programs that run Answers we share with you by presenting selected topics in the form of working projectsMany types of programs can be implemented with MFC We focus on dot exe nameexe executing programs JP’s text makes very clear the fact that there is much muchto MFC then what is presented hereAs you read this text it is necessary that the Microsoft Visual C 60 program or a later version is up and running We strongly recommend that JP’s text is right there next to youEmphasis The Visual C program supported by the MFC immensely facilitates windows program design.

Computer Science Design SeriesProgramming with MFC & Visual C 60This text is about how to use Windows Microsoft Foundation Classes the MFC and the software program Visual C 60 to write programs using windows without knowing how to write the complex code that produces the windows The MFC60 combination immensely simplifies the writing of any program that uses one orwindows Second this is about learning how program with MFC from the bottom up so that you can produce the projects presented here Many MFC classes and functions replaceobsolete many C C and C# classes and functions Conseuently you can go directly to MFC and save a lot of time and energy Programming with MFC allows you to work at the top of the C hierarchy while avoiding the limitations of C C and C# This text begins to show you how to program with MFC by using Visual C 60 to produce skeleton programs on the Visual C screen Skeletons that include code producing the windows in which your programs will be presented For example skeletons that reuire adding only one code line to produce the “Hello World” program in a window We say begin because learning how to program in any language is an endless task There is an unavoidable “cook book” element to using Visual C 60 that dictates how to create the skeletons and where to enter code in the skeletons This text is different Instead of referring you to code on a disk with few if any comments and instead of offering partial explanations in the text reuiring you have to go back and forth from book to disk and wondering what to do next we show you how code is written that actually creates programs that run on any computer using the windows operating system That is why only the Visual C 60 disk is reuiredWe briefly explain most of the code lines used to produce the functions reuired by the projects We expect the reader to have a basic programming capability This text uses the Jeff Prosise text “Programming Windows with MFC” as a very useful referenceMost of the time JP’s text tells us what functions to use The MFC library included with Visual C tells us how to use them sometimesWith Jeff Prosise’s text supporting us we were able to write programs using windows while knowing nothing about windows programming and very little about MFC and the various C languages JP’s text gave us a great start with the design process producing programs presented in one orwindows That experience brings us to this point We wrote this text because even with the JP reference we learned that we had to answer many “How do we do that?” uestions Answers we needed in order to produce programs that run Answers we share with you by presenting selected topics in the form of working projectsMany types of programs can be implemented with MFC We focus on dot exe nameexe executing programs JP’s text makes very clear the fact that there is much muchto MFC then what is presented hereAs you read this text it is necessary that the Microsoft Visual C 60 program or a later version is up and running We strongly recommend that JP’s text is right there next to youEmphasis The Visual C program supported by the MFC immensely facilitates windows program design.

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Epub Programming with MFC & Visual C++ 6.0 Kindle à MFC & Ü spectekhnika.pro

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