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Ivor Horton’s Beginning Visual C++ 2005
e Book: Ivor Horton’s Beginning Visual C++ 2005, February 2006, by Ivor Horton. Discusses the .NET framework, common language runtime (CLR), writing C++ applications, the C++ standards, the integrated development environment (IDE), using the IDE, structure of a C++ program, defining variables, fundamental data types, basic input/output operations, calculating in C++, variable types and casting, storage duration and scope, namespaces, C++/CLI programming, comparing values, repeating a block of statements, arrays, strings, pointers, indirect data access, dynamic memory allocation, using references, functions, passing arguments to functions, returning values, recursive function calls, exceptions, allocation errors, function overloading, templates, the struct in C++, data types, objects, classes, instances, private members, const, static members, class destructors, operator overloading, OOP, inheritance, virtual functions, debugging, Windows programming, Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC), menus and toolbars, drawing, using CList, dialogs and controls, DLLs, and connecting to data sources. Appendices cover C+ keywords and ASCII codes.
Gurewich Visual C++ Quick Start
eTutorial: Gurewich Visual C++ Quick Start, by Ori Gurewich and Nathan Gurewich. This is a step-by-step guide to writing Visual C++ 6 programs for anyone new to Visual C++ or for anyone who needs to review Visual C++ 6. The tutorial can be downloaded to Windows 98 SE+, Mac OS X+ and Palm systems but can not be printed.

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Update :: November 17, 2019