This companion to C++ How to Program, Second Edition -- the world's most widely used C++ textbook -- carefully explains how to use Microsoft's Visual Studio 6 integrated development environment (IDE) and Visual C++ 6 to create Windows programs using the Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC). Key topics include: Win32 and console applications; online documentation and Web resources; GUI controls; dialog boxes; graphics; message handling; the resource definition language; and the debugger. The book includes 15 "live-code" Visual C++/MFC programs with screen captures; dozens of tips, recommended practices and cautions; and exercises accompanying every chapter. This book is part of a family of resources for teaching and learning C++, including a Web site with the book's code examples, an optional interactive CD-ROM (C & C++ Multimedia Cyberclassroom), and more. For anyone interested in developing with Visual C++ and MFC.
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As a hands-on tutorial to using Visual C++ 6, Getting Started with Microsoft Visual C++ 6 with an Introduction to MFC functions as a worthy reference to learning basic Microsoft Foundation Class (MFC) programming. Written as a companion text to the authors' comprehensive C++ tutorial, C++ How to Program, this book will also be valuable to any beginning or intermediate C++ programmer tackling MFC for the first time.
The signature style of this book can be found in high-level, detailed use of Visual C++ and MFC along with a series of simple exercises. Despite its short length, the book is filled with specifics, including key terms, dozens of problems, and generally good coverage of MFC basics in a concise format.
Overall, the authors avoid using the various wizards in the Visual C++ environment and concentrate instead on do-it-yourself coding and discussions of key MFC classes and principles. The book includes a quickly moving tour of MFC, from basic window classes, event handling, and programming with basic control classes and graphics. After working through the examples, any C++ programmer will become familiar with the basics of MFC for client-side development (though database programming, ActiveX, and Internet development get no mention here).
As a concise tour of traditional client-side application development using MFC, this book fills a useful niche as a handy source for getting acquainted with MFC programming quickly. Provided you have some previous C++ knowledge, this text can definitely introduce you to the fundamentals of MFC development. --Richard Dragan
Topics covered: Visual C++ IDE basics, debugger, introduction to MFC, resources, menus, dialog boxes, mouse and keyboard message handling, MFC control classes, graphics, timers, bitmaps, and fonts.From the Back Cover:
This companion to C++ How to Program: Second Edition—the world's most widely used university C++ textbook—carefully introduces how to use the Microsoft Visual Studio™ 6 integrated development environment (IDE) and Visual C++ 6 to create Windows® programs using basic Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC).
Authors Harvey and Paul Deitel are the principals of Deitel & Associates, Inc., the internationally-recognized organization specializing in C++, Java™, C, Visual Basic®, object technology and Internet and World Wide Web programming training. The Deitels are also the authors of the best-selling textbooks, Java How to Program, C How to Program, C++ How to Program, Visual Basic 6 How to Program, and Internet and World Wide Web How to Program. The Deitels, Tem R. Nieto and Edward T. Strassberger introduce MFC programming fundamentals with Visual C++ 6.
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This companion to C++ How to Program is part of a family of resources for teaching and learning C++, including a Web site (http://www.prenhall.com/deitel) with the book's code examples and other information for faculty, students and professionals; an optional interactive CD-ROM (C & C++ Multimedia Cyber Classroom) containing extensive interactivity features—such as thousands of hyperlinks and audio walkthroughs of the code examples in C++ How to Program—and e-mail access to the authors at
For information on corporate on-site seminars and public seminars offered by Deitel & Associates, Inc. worldwide see the last few pages of this book and/or visit:
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