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Programming with wxDev-C++
     

Programming with wxDev-C++

by Sof.T
 
From the author:

The first question any child will ask you is why and it is a good question (except after the thirtieth time of being asked). The sun is blazing down; it’s a 1000 outside, so why am I indoors writing this book?
The main reason is because many people have asked on wxForum if a book on wxDev-
C++ is going to be written. So far a

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From the author:

The first question any child will ask you is why and it is a good question (except after the thirtieth time of being asked). The sun is blazing down; it’s a 1000 outside, so why am I indoors writing this book?
The main reason is because many people have asked on wxForum if a book on wxDev-
C++ is going to be written. So far a few tutorials have been produced and there have been various mutterings about books. That answers the question as to why I am writing this book. But not why I am writing this book.
For me wxDev-C++ is something very special. It all goes back to July 1999 (queue the flashback and misty camera lenses). As per usual I brought a computer magazine, just one in a huge pile of magazines, but this one was special. On the cover disc was Championship Manager 3, but being a geek I was not interested in this. Rather I was taken by the small box in the corner saying ‘Bloodshed DevC++, Free C and C++ environment’. A whole new world was opened to me, the world of C and C++ up to then I had only programmed in Basic and Visual Basic. I was also introduced to the amazing world of Open Source Software.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012980779
Publisher:
ReadCycle
Publication date:
09/05/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
3 MB

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