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  1. #1
    Rister Guest

    Recommendations


    Hello, previously I've played around with Visual C++ 5, and a little borland
    c++.. Got into Turbo Pascal, and Delphi.. and now I have Visual C++ 6.0 and
    am looking to start doing some serious learning and programming. Currently
    I have the Tech yourself Visual C++ 6 in 21 days.. does anybody have any
    recommendations on any websites and/or books to get started with.


    Thank you.

  2. #2
    siva Guest

    Re: Recommendations


    Hi,
    Try
    "MFC programming" by Jeff Prosise (nice one for starters)
    If you need WIN32 API then "Windows Programming" by Charles petzold.
    Siva

    "Rister" <risterdt@aol.com> wrote:
    >
    >Hello, previously I've played around with Visual C++ 5, and a little borland
    >c++.. Got into Turbo Pascal, and Delphi.. and now I have Visual C++ 6.0

    and
    >am looking to start doing some serious learning and programming. Currently
    >I have the Tech yourself Visual C++ 6 in 21 days.. does anybody have any
    >recommendations on any websites and/or books to get started with.
    >
    >
    >Thank you.



  3. #3
    Tim Guest

    Re: Recommendations


    "Rister" <risterdt@aol.com> wrote:
    >
    >Hello, previously I've played around with Visual C++ 5, and a little borland
    >c++.. Got into Turbo Pascal, and Delphi.. and now I have Visual C++ 6.0

    and
    >am looking to start doing some serious learning and programming. Currently
    >I have the Tech yourself Visual C++ 6 in 21 days.. does anybody have any
    >recommendations on any websites and/or books to get started with.
    >
    >
    >Thank you.


    Personally, I'm waiting for the Deitel book to be published. It's coming
    out in January. They put out a short book on MFC currently available. I got
    Delphi too and find it rather difficult, but any compiler put out by Borland
    is more difficult since it doesn't have the documentation to refer to like
    Microsoft does.

    Tim


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