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Shvoong Home>Books>How To & Self Help>32-Bit Windows Programming Review

32-Bit Windows Programming

Book Review   by:Adi2007     Original Author: Ben Ezzell
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32-Bit Windows Programming is a complete manual of C++ programming under Windows NT/95 32-Bit environment.
Although this book is hardly new to us, considering today’s new 64-bit system, but because Windows still uses the classic Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC) in so many applications and libraries, then the major contents of tis book is not only still relevant, but also highly-useful for us, especially for those who is still learning about MFC and Windows programming.
Author Ben Ezzell is an experienced programmer since the days when PCs were build at home with a soldering iron in hand. He has written at least 17 computer books under variety of operating systems ranging from DOS to OS/2 to Windows® 3.1 and Windows® NT™ and Windows® 95 at the day this book was published.
Some part of this book is only meaningful if we are using Microsoft® Visual Studio™ (not the .NET™ version), especially when the author explained how to use App Wizard to create an application and to automatically generate basic code using this tool.
Copyright © 1996 by Sams Publishing.
201 West 103rd Street.
Indianapolis, Indiana 46290.
U.S.A.
Published: July 19, 2007   
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