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Chapter 1: Programming with Visual C++ 2005.
Chapter 2: Data, Variables, and Calculations.
Chapter 3: Decisions and Loops.
Chapter 4: Arrays, Strings, and Pointers.
Chapter 5: Introducing Structure into Your Programs.
Chapter 6: More about Program Structure.
Chapter 7: Defining Your Own Data Types.
Chapter 8: More on Classes.
Chapter 9: Class Inheritance and Virtual Functions.
Chapter 10: Debugging Techniques.
Chapter 11: Windows Programming Concepts.
Chapter 12: Windows Programming with the Microsoft FoundationClasses.
Chapter 13: Working with Menus and Toolbars.
Chapter 14: Drawing in a Window.
Chapter 15: Creating the Document and Improving the View.
Chapter 16: Working with Dialogs and Controls.
Chapter 17: Storing and Printing Documents.
Chapter 18: Writing Your Own DLLs.
Chapter 19: Connecting to Data Sources.
Chapter 20: Updating Data Sources.
Chapter 21: Applications Using Windows Forms.
Chapter 22: Accessing Data Sources in a Windows FormsApplication.
Appendix A: C++ Keywords.
Appendix B: ASCII Codes.
Posted April 3, 2008
Programming examples should be more simple for the beginer. Eg: use of variable/object/class names that will confuse a beginer. Too much mathematics in examples. You spend more time fiquring out how the mathematics formular is coded into the program, than learning the topic at hand. For example page 280. I needed to learn throwing and catching exceptions, not how many time in minutes it takes for a machine to make a part - based on how many parts it made in an hour. This example include static_cast, arrays and loops. In closing, I picked up a book from the author Herbert Shildt and the example was simple as 1,2,3. Straight to the point...Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.