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Kris Jamsa's Starting With Microsoft Visual C++

Charles Wright
Format
Book
Published
Roseville, Calif. : Prima Tech ; [Las Vegas, Nev.] : Jamsa Media Group, c2001.
Language
English
Variant Title
Starting with Microsoft Visual C++
Starting with Micrsoft Visual C plus plus
Microsoft Visual C++
Microsoft Visual C plus plus
Visual C++
Visual C plus plus
ISBN
076153444X (pbk.)
Contents
  • Lesson 1 Getting Started with Visual C++
  • Lesson 2 Building, Running, and Saving Your First Visual C++ Program
  • Lesson 3 Exploring the Visual Studio
  • Lesson 4 Using Visual C++ from the Command Line
  • Lesson 5 Understanding a Few C++ Basics
  • Lesson 6 Using Variables to Store Information within Visual C++ Programs
  • Lesson 7 Getting Started with Visual C++ Operators
  • Lesson 8 Using Increment and Decrement Operators
  • Lesson 9 Writing Expressions in Visual C++
  • Lesson 10 Visual C++, like All Languages, Follows Rules of Grammar and Syntax
  • Lesson 11 Making Decisions within a Visual C++ Program
  • Lesson 12 Repeating Statements within a Visual C++ Program
  • Lesson 13 Using Array Variables to Store Multiple Values
  • Lesson 14 Getting Started with Visual C++ Functions
  • Lesson 15 Passing Variables and Values to Functions
  • Lesson 16 Changing Parameter Values within a Function
  • Lesson 17 Understanding Function and Variable Scope
  • Lesson 18 Declaring Constants
  • Lesson 19 Writing a Windows Program
  • Part 2 Intermediate Visual C++
  • Lesson 20 Using Structures in Visual C++ to Group Related Data
  • Lesson 21 Drawing in the Graphics Device Interface
  • Lesson 22 Getting Started with Classes
  • Lesson 23 Understanding Constructors and Destructors
  • Lesson 24 Understanding Class Scope and Access Control
  • Lesson 25 Using an Existing Class to Derive a New Class
  • Lesson 26 Letting a New Class Inherit the Attributes of an Existing Class
  • Lesson 27 Understanding Abstract Classes
  • Lesson 28 Using the Microsoft Foundation Class Library
  • Lesson 29 Understanding Program Resources
  • Lesson 30 Creating Dialog Boxes
  • Lesson 31 Using Windows Controls
  • Part 3 Advanced Visual C++
  • Lesson 32 Using Memory Management
  • Lesson 33 Using the Keyboard and Mouse in a Windows Program
  • Lesson 34 Using C++ Streams
  • Lesson 35 Overloading Functions and Operators
  • Lesson 36 Handling Exceptions
  • Lesson 37 Writing Functions with a Variable Argument List.
Description
xxv, 594 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. + 1 computer disc (3 1/2 in.)
Notes
  • Includes index.
  • Includes Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 introductory edition ENU book edition.
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