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Simply the most effective, thorough introduction to MFC you can find!
If you really want to master MFC, there are no shortcuts, but there is one great book: Introduction to MFC Programming with Visual C++.
Unlike many MFC books, this one doesn't start with Microsoft's AppWizard. Rather, it begins by giving you an in-depth grounding in the structure of MFC programs: an understanding that will serve you well in every program you write. Author Richard Jones also introduces the fundamentals of object-oriented programming with MFC and Visual C++, the essential concepts underlying MFC, the Document/View architecture, and much more.
Once you understand how MFC really works, Jones helps you accomplish more than you ever imagined. You'll not only master MFC's common interface controls, but also database access, and much more. Introduction to MFC Programming with Visual C++ contains dozens of diagrams and programs–from to-the-point snippets to sizable programs designed to demonstrate powerful software engineering techniques.
About the CD-ROM
Richard Jones is Professor at Western Connecticut State University, and has been teaching MFC and Win32 programming for four years.
I bought this book to find out how to use MFC in Visual Studio. I already know C++, so I only needed to have a guide for MFC. Read morePublished on August 10, 2009 by Steven A. Hine
I have found this introductory book very useful to start with Windows desktop applications development. Read morePublished on May 12, 2008 by Claudio Procida
I waisted my money buying this book. It should be sold less than 1 dollar. You don't get far using this book. I recommend the book by Ivor Horton.Published on February 25, 2008 by Ernest Nlandu Kamavuako
Shipping is prompt, and the item is in good condition as described.Published on September 4, 2005 by J. Cai
This is the best programming book that I read from page 1 to the last page. I hope Jones can write more books on MFC or Visual C#. Read morePublished on August 16, 2005 by P. Trinh
MFC programming is a bear, especially in VC++ 6.0 (not .NET). This book does a decent job of introducing key concepts, and comes with a mountain of sample code on CD. Read morePublished on March 18, 2005 by Thomas Dunham
This is an excellent book for a beginner--a beginner to MFC. It teaches you the basics( classes, pointer, .... Read morePublished on December 10, 2004 by JJ
If you want to do some professional programming this book is almost a waste. It is very basic. VERY BASIC. Doesnt answer any of the basic questions. Okay. Read morePublished on April 25, 2004