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Title : Essential Visual C++ 6.0 fast: An Introduction to Windows Programming using the Microsoft Foundation Class Bibliothekseinband (Essential Series) Softcover reprint of edition by Chivers, Ian (2000) Taschenbuch
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ISBN : B011DBKG5S
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Format Type : Hardcover
Language : Deutsch
Publisher : Springer 1709
Number of Pages : 507 Pages
File Size : 999 KB
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Essential Visual C++ 6.0 fast: An Introduction to Windows Programming using the Microsoft Foundation Class Bibliothekseinband (Essential Series) Softcover reprint of edition by Chivers, Ian (2000) Taschenbuch Reviews

  • Caliv Nir
    2019-03-04 10:06

    Microsoft Foundations Class (MFC) library in 200 page ? sorry I don't think so.Sure many of us (programers) need sometimes to learn a special subject fast but this book is not for exprianced programmers - it's too shalow.Ok so it's not for exprianced programmers , how about people how just entered the world of windows programing , well here the book is too fast. MFC is NOT easy ! even if you are good in C++ the book's 200 pages on MFC is just confusing and not enough.I really don't recommend it for any of the above so I really don't know for who this book suits. (this is why I was cheap in stars).I will conclud my review with a suggestions -1. don't learn C in 21 days2. don't learn C++ in 21 days3. don't learn MFC fastor to sumerize it don't learn anything in 21 days. it simply don't do you any good , it just hurts !sorry , but it isn't my kind of a book - Enjoy

  • Caliv Nir
    2019-03-03 08:46

    Microsoft Foundations Class (MFC) library in 200 page ? sorry I don't think so.Sure many of us (programers) need sometimes to learn a special subject fast but this book is not for exprianced programmers - it's too shalow.Ok so it's not for exprianced programmers , how about people how just entered the world of windows programing , well here the book is too fast. MFC is NOT easy ! even if you are good in C++ the book's 200 pages on MFC is just confusing and not enough.I really don't recommend it for any of the above so I really don't know for who this book suits. (this is why I was cheap in stars).I will conclud my review with a suggestions -1. don't learn C in 21 days2. don't learn C++ in 21 days3. don't learn MFC fastor to sumerize it don't learn anything in 21 days. it simply don't do you any good , it just hurts !sorry , but it isn't my kind of a book - Enjoy

  • Richard G. Priest
    2019-02-27 13:02

    This book is a reasonable choice for someone who has learned true object oriented programming in C++ but has not been exposed to Windows programming with MFC. The reader must understand function overloading and the operation of constructors for derived classes in depth or the book will be very difficult to follow. There are some minor typos, and the author does not explain everthing that goes on, but it is FAST. A scientist or engineer can get to a nice GUI for his application in a hurry without having to depend on the Wizards. For this narrow audience, the book is a good choice.

  • Amazon Customer
    2019-03-11 05:50

    This book was definately not worth it. 200 pages of code with not a very good expaination behind it. The author tells you the "how" and not the "why". If you want to learn to program with MFC and know how and why your program works, then stay away from this book. If you want the code without needing the how or why, then this book is for you. This book is more of a reference than a learning tool.If typos and misspelling bother you too, then stay away from essential visual C++.