Starting at the beginning — and assuming nothing — this volume allows programmers who have never used Windows before to get started immediately creating graphical applications on NT systems using C++. Discusses, step by step, both the tools used for program creation — e.g., the compiler, dialog editor, etc. — as well as the Microsoft foundation class library used to accelerate program development in C++. For programmers and developers, scientists and engineers, software designers, and students who want to learn to program or to move from other systems to NT.
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This purpose of this book is to help programmers get started crating their own applications under windows NT as quickly as possible. It will guide the reader/user through the data on windows NT and give them a starting point, showing them how to write clean, understandable NT applications in a minimum amount of time.
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Book Description Prentice Hall PTR, 1993. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Pap/Dis. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0130978337
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