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The in-depth reference that covers both classic, core Windows competencies and modern .NET programming. Learn how to write solid Visual C++ .NET code today with this comprehensive reference—the latest edition of the industry's most trusted text. It's the complete programming guide for intermediate and advanced developers who want to create .NET applications with Visual C++ and the Microsoft .NET Framework. Focusing on core programming techniques, instructions, and solutions, this book shows you what's new in Visual C++ .NET and walks you through the development life cycle with this powerful language. Get in-depth coverage of the language's syntax, tools, and APIs—along with expert advice and timesaving techniques. Take advantage of complete, task-based instruction plus your Microsoft Windows® and C++ programming skills to produce a new generation of killer Windows and .NET-based applications.
Programming with Microsoft Visual C++ .NET
Author(s):
George Shepherd
David Kruglinski
Publisher:
Microsoft Press
Publication Date:
25-Oct-2002
Edition:
Sixth
Number of pages:
1088

 

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