Windows 95 and NT Programming with the Microsoft Foundation Class Library
A book/disk guide to object-oriented Windows 95 and Windows NT programming techniques. Application exercises demonstrate the advantages of the object-oriented approach, with instructions on using the MFC Library to build 32-bit applications. Covers techniques for program development, and shows how to build special applications such as screen savers and video players. For C/C++ programmers with some experience in traditional programming. The companion disk contains MFC files for the applications in the book. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
- Book | 519 pages
- 01 Jun 1996
- Academic Press
- United States