C++/C# Programmer's Guide for Windows 2000
This book covers the most important areas of C++ and C# needed for practical application development without being encyclopedic. The new COM interfaces to Win 2000 is featured in this book, which is essential for understanding Win 2000.
- Mixed media product | 400 pages
- 175.26 x 231.14 x 30.48mm | 725.74g
- 27 Aug 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- Prentice Hall
- Upper Saddle River, United States
Table of contents
Foreword Preface. 1. Introduction. Windows 2000 Operating System Architecture.2. Processes, Threads, and Jobs in Windows 2000. Object Categories. Terminating a Process. Jobs.3. .NET Framework. Introduction. .NET Framework Base Classes. Common Language Runtime. Metadata and Self-Describing Components.4. Visual C++ 7.0. Introduction. Visual C++ Editions. Programming with Managed Extensions for C++.5. C#. Introduction. Comparison Between C++ and C#. General Structure of a C# Program. C# Version of Hello World. Developing a Simple Windows Forms Control.Appendix A: APIs. Appendix B: Base Priority. Appendix C: Object Categories. Appendix D: Functions in Alphabetic Order (1939 APIs). Appendix E: Win32 API Functions by Category (95). Appendix F: Win32 Data Types. Appendix G: .NET Framework Namespaces. Appendix H: Attributes. Appendix I: Debugging Visual C++. Appendix J: Event Handling in Visual C++. Appendix K: Managed Extensions for C++ Reference. Appendix L: /CLR (Common Language Runtime Compilation). Appendix M: C# Compiler Options. Appendix N: C# Keywords. Appendix O: C# Libraries Tutorial. About the Author. About UCI. Index.
About Ronald D. Reeves
RONALD D. REEVES Ph.D. is President of Computer Engineering, Inc., a leading consulting and training company based in Howell, MI. With Marshall Brain, he is co-author of Win32 System Services: The Heart of Windows 98 and Windows 2000, Third Edition (Prentice Hall PTR).