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Schildt guides beginning and intermediate level programmers through the powerful, challenging (even for those familiar with other Windows NT versions) 32-bit programming environment of Windows NT 4: fundamentals, application essentials, and specific advanced topics presented via in-depth boxes. He concludes by asking: "Is OLE the future of Windows?" Source code used in the book is available on the Web. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Windows NT 4 Programming from the GROUND UP Take Command of Windows NT 4 with Herb Schildt's Proven Method for Success! From master programming author Herb Schildt, Windows NT 4 Programming from the Ground Up provides a comprehensive, well-paced path to NT expertise. Using Herb's practical, hands-on examples and clear, esay-to-understand explanations, you'll program your way from fundamentals to sophisticated, advanced topics. In addition, Herb provides unique In Depth boxes that give insight into many critical issues. Also for programmers migrating from Windows 3.1, NT 3.51, and Windows 95, Herb offers his exclusive Portability tips. Learn from a top-notch programmer, best-selling author, and expert teacher whose books have led millions of programmers to success. Whether you're a seasoned professional programmer looking for a quick migration path, or a newcomer wanting a clear and straightforward approach, Windows NT 4 Programming from the Ground Up has absolutely everything you need. Inside you will discover how to: Create a Windows NT skeletal application; Apply menus and process messages; Implement dialog boxes (both modal and modeless); Use the standard controls, such as scroll bars, push buttons, and list boxes; Learn about icons, cursors, bitmaps, and graphics; Work with character fonts; Master the advanced controls, such as toolbars, tooltips, spin controls, property sheets, tree-views, and Wizards; Harness the power of multithreaded multitasking; Print documents, supercharge menus, and use World Tranforms; Add online, context-sensitive Help to your applications; Take charge of the System Registry; Create DLLs (dynamic link libraries); Get an overview of security and OLE; Create screen savers.
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill Osborne Media, 1997. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX007882298X
Book Description McGraw-Hill Osborne Media, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M007882298X