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BookInPocket - VC++ programming for Beginners

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Application Name BookInPocket - VC++ programming for Beginners
   
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This book is designed to meet the needs of all those who aspire to explore the world of Visual C++ (VC++).
   
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Description This book is designed to meet the needs of all those who aspire to explore the world of Visual C++ (VC++). The book opens with an introduction to the concept of Object Oriented Programming in the C++ environment. The first few chapters focus entirely on the C++ programming language and the features that distinguish it from the C language. The subsequent chapters cover the concept of documents, forms, views, threads and templates that form an integral part of VC++. This also helps in giving an insight into the programming behind the most common items like the dialog box, toolbar, status bar etc.The last section of the book concentrates on topics like database operations using ODBC, the Class Wizard and exception handling.
   
Installation Instructions Windows CE/SH3 - Handheld vplus1110.exe
Windows CE/SH3 - Handheld Pro vplus1310.exe
Windows CE/SH4 - Handheld Pro vplus1330.exe
Windows CE/Mips - Handheld vplus1120.exe
Windows CE/Mips - Handheld Pro vplus1320.exe
Windows CE/ARM - Handheld Pro vplus1340.exe
Windows CE/SH3 - Palmtop vplus1210.exe
Windows CE/Mips - Palmtop vplus1220.exe
   
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Popularity 533
Total Downloads 76
   
Submitted By C:Amie
Submitted On 06 January 2013

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