Visual C++ 2 Developer's Guide

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A book/disk compendium of techniques and strategies for using Visual C++ 2 and MFC 3, with practical examples and explanations of advanced MFC 3 features including OLE 2, OCX, and ODBC. Offers complete coverage of OOP techniques in C++, and discusses development tools and wizards, database programming with ODBC, and network programming with Windows Sockets. The disk provides source code for sample programs, and animation classes for multimedia applications. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780672306631
  • Publisher: Sams
  • Publication date: 5/15/1995
  • Edition description: 2nd ed
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 1000
  • Product dimensions: 7.54 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 2.19 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
1 The Visual C++2.0 Programming Environment 3
2 Program Development Tools in Visual C++ 2.0 35
3 An Overview of ANSI Standard C 53
4 Visual C++ 2.0 Extensions to Standard C 83
5 Basics of Object-Oriented Programming 97
6 C++ and Object-Oriented Programming 127
7 C++ and ANSI Standard C 147
8 C++ Classes for Standard I/O 161
9 Building Objects with Classes 183
10 Defining Operations on Objects 207
11 Using Inheritance in C++ 243
12 Virtual Functions and Polymorphism 281
13 Advanced Topics in C++ 295
14 Using C Libraries in C++ 309
15 Building Class Libraries in C++ 337
16 Using the General-Purpose Classes in MFC 3.0 351
17 Windows Programming with Visual C++ 2.0 and MFC 3.0 393
18 Using the Windows Programming Classes in MFC 3.0 423
19 Graphics Programming with MFC 3.0 471
20 Displaying Text in Windows 505
21 Displaying Bitmaps in Windows 527
22 Handling Mouse and Keyboard Events 591
23 Printing in Windows 619
24 Using the Windows Help System 637
25 Multimedia and Game Programming 659
26 Building and Using Dynamic Link Libraries (DLLs) 693
27 Using Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE) 713
28 OLE 2.0 Programming with MFC 3.0 749
29 Building OLE Custom Controls (OCX) 799
30 Current Windows Programming Considerations 831
31 Using MFC 3.0 Database Classes for ODBC Programming 873
32 Network Programming with Visual C++ 2.0 911
Bibliography 959
Index 967
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