Microsoft Visual C++ Owners Manual: With CDROM (Programming) by Zaratian, Beck (1997) Taschenbuch

Microsoft Visual C Owners Manual With CDROM Programming by Zaratian Beck Taschenbuch

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    • If I wanted a a story I would have read Fictione book details many aspects of MFC/VC++ programming, but the tuturial is not worth the paper it is printed on.The exercise flow easily in some chapters than others. more often than not the author tends to say" When you are this far, do this" When in fact you have passed that stage following the guidelines.More so, is the anoying tendancy to let the reader do something and say"You should have done this in the app Wizard" hmm only to find out you [...]


    • At long last someone gave us the book we all need. Thanks my new guru Beck Zaratian. This book is to teach you VC++ not MFC, but the illustrative examples are just to intereseting. If you ever find yourself looking for tips over the internet or magazines on VC++, then you can sleep now. This book is the TIP. This is a book I bought and wish to send someone a copy. Believe me, I am now a VC++ guru, just try me. Please remember, MFC does not help you write win95 apps fast, VC++ tools that will and [...]


    • and thereby ends up failing on both counts. The chief problem with this book is not that it is necessarily bad or incomplete, but the entire framework of the book. Beginning programmers generally want a book with a lot of thoroughly detailed examples, whereas more experienced programmers would prefer a highly terse list of definitions. Unfortunately, this book contains neither, which makes you very confused as to what his intended audience was supposed to be. It doesn't explain things fr [...]


    • This book contains some useful, though poorly presented information. This book attempts to be a tutorial, but often reads more like an encyclopedia. I would not recommend this book until it has been fixed.


    • The book is about the same physical size as many of Microsoft Press' other programming books. As it turns out, that's because it was printed on heavy stock, in large type, and contains a lot of material that could be omitted.The book assumes you're already familiar with Windows programming and MFC -- I wasn't familiar with either, and so felt this acutely -- yet the author felt compelled to provide details like how to select more than one file at a time from the standard file dialog. Particula [...]


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