Visual C++ 6 Unleashed
by Mickey Williams, David Bennett
Publisher: Sams 2000
Number of pages: 1000
Visual C++ 6 Unleashed provides comprehensive coverage of the core topics for Visual C++ 6 programming. This book skips the beginning level material and jumps right in to Visual C++. By the end of the book, you will be able to master the 32-bit power of Windows using Visual C++ as your programming language. Topics include mastering the debugger, using and integrating HTML help, creating custom AppWizards, customizing the IDE with add-ins, writing multi-threaded MFC applications, developing NT services, using advanced UI techniques, and much more.
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