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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. If I see one more hack write their version of Microsoft Documentation Regurgitated I think I'm going to lose my lunch.
Fortunately, this isn't one of those. If you don't know these things, get a different book. At first, I was surprised and alarmed by the fact that it contained no CD of sample code like I'm used to seeing. But upon reflection, this makes perfect sense. Of course, if you're looking to do low-level systems programming in Windows or tackle other advanced areas, this book isn't going to tell you how to do it. But it will make hooking up the front-end GUI, connecting to a standard ODBC database, and other common tasks quick and painless, so you can spend your time concentrating on the hard parts.
This book is really helpful! Also it has a good reference for MFC. I also recommend it for the VB programmers. I found this book easy to follow. In most of the books, by the time you get to the discussion of controls you're already bored out of your wits. The exercises are great so do yourself a favor and key them in. And surprise surprise, what code there is actually works anyone who's read a few computer books knows how rare that is! But even so, it's a great tutorial for the software and intro to basic MFC. But no experience with real Windows programming except Visual Basic.
This book is not worth the money. Things are made so easy that they become difficult. A lot of useless text, sometimes very detailed descriptions of non-important things, and very shallow description of important ones.
A lot of cross-references to paragraphs and chapters without numbering of header. If you think MFC seems difficult - don't buy this book. You'll be even more confused. It can't help you. I'll go by another tomorrow. I don't know why this book even bothers with basic stuff. I would have been better off purchasing an anotated code book. Some good information, but then again, really lacks enough instruction to give you just the information you need to accomplish things.
This book is cheap, but still not worth the dime. Frank added it Aug 20, Kyle Quevillon added it Feb 24, Tiffany marked it as to-read Jan 24, Bryan Kemp added it Mar 17, Faizel added it Nov 13, Helen Clancy added it Dec 16, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for you.
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