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Visual C++ Mfc Programming by Example

* Add extensions to the Developer's Studio Wizards *
85 examples with complete working code Tired of the
inadequate examples and documentation for MFC and
Visual C++ development? Don't like what the Developer
Studio Wizards give you? Beginning and experienced
Visual C++ programmers will get a leg up with the 85
working examples provided in this book ( each fully
annotated and ready to insert into applications.
Dozens of examples are given for each key area of MFC
including code for windows, classes, messaging,
drawing inside windows, the design and construction of
toolbars, menus, dialog boxes and bars, and custom
controls, such as buttons, list boxes, and scroll
bars. The author provides detailed explanations for
each example, with tips on how to extend and modify
the code for your specific needs. Swanke's
SampleWizard utility, included on the accompanying
CD-ROM, makes the inclusion of these examples into
your applications simple by allowing you to import the
code directly into your existing application. All code
examples are included on the CD-ROM and an MFC Quick
Reference Guide in enclosed.

Visual C++ and MFC Programming 2nd Edition
The second edition of Jeff Prosise's Programming
Windows with MFC is a great introduction to the
programming language that will help you build
client-side applications in MFC. Though it doesn't
cover Internet development, this title provides a
worthy tutorial on traditional MFC programming.
After some MFC basics, the book looks at Graphical
Device Interface (GDI) graphics with a fine discussion
of drawing and font handling. Following this, Prosise
introduces the use of the MFC collection classes (an
alternative to STL) and file I/O, as well as adding
serialization support to custom classes.
He also dedicates a fair amount of text to basic
Windows controls and dialog boxes. His tour of support
for both the Single Document Interface (SDI) and
Multiple Document Interface (MDI) application styles
is just excellent. The built-in view classes in MFC
and how to use them in a Windows Explorer-style sample
program are covered. From there, it's on to other
common GUI interface models such as toolbars, status
bars, and the new Internet Explorer-style rebars.
After a useful section on printing (including some
valuable real-world tips for this tricky topic), the
rich array of Windows common controls is discussed. As
in the first edition, Prosise's introduction to MFC
multithreading and synchronization objects (like
mutexes) is a standout.
The last section of the book provides a comprehensive
discussion of COM and ActiveX programming for the MFC
developer. Although the Active Template Library (ATL)
is omitted here, there are fine examples of building
and using ActiveX controls, including the basics of
OLE automation.
Newly revised with richer examples and the latest
Windows functionality, the second edition of
Programming Windows with MFC provides one of the best
available tutorials for traditional MFC development.
–Richard Dragan The newly updated and expanded second
edition of this acclaimed title covers 32-bit
development for all Mcft(r) Windows platforms,
including Windows 2000, using the Mcft Foundation
Class Library (MFC). Aimed at developers who wish to
capitalize on advances in the MFC for rapid,
object-oriented programming, the book delves into MFC
basics, progresses to the document/view architecture,
then addresses advanced topics including ActiveX(r),
OLE, and COM. Author Jeff Prosise once again sets the
standard in describing the art of writing MFC-based
Windows applications with his clear and comprehensive
treatment of concepts and techniques. Readers will
discover how to produce incredible functionality with
little new code by appropriating MFC code from the
class library. They'll also find sample programs and
executables on the book's CD-ROM to further fuel their
own projects.

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