By following author Ivor Horton's accessible tutorial approach and detailed examples you can quickly become an effective C++ programmer. Thoroughly updated for the 2010 release, this book introduces you to the latest development environment and teaches you how to build real–world applications using Visual C++. With this book by your side, you are well on your way to writing applications in both versions of C++ and becoming a successful C++ programmer.
Ivor Horton's Beginning Visual C++ 2010:
Teaches the essentials of C++ programming using both of the C++ language technologies supported by Visual C++ 2010
Shares techniques for finding errors in C++ programs and explains general debugging principles
Discusses the structure and essential elements that are present in every Windows application
Demonstrates how to develop native Windows applications using the Microsoft Foundation Classes
Guides you through designing and creating substantial Windows applications in both C++ and C++/CLI
Features numerous working examples and exercises that help build programming skills
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CHAPTER 1: PROGRAMMING WITH VISUAL C++ 2010 1
CHAPTER 2: DATA, VARIABLES, AND CALCULATIONS 35
CHAPTER 3: DECISIONS AND LOOPS 121
CHAPTER 4: ARRAYS, STRINGS, AND POINTERS 167
CHAPTER 5: INTRODUCING STRUCTURE INTO YOUR PROGRAMS 251
CHAPTER 6: MORE ABOUT PROGRAM STRUCTURE 295
CHAPTER 7: DEFINING YOUR OWN DATA TYPES 353
CHAPTER 8: MORE ON CLASSES 435
CHAPTER 9: CLASS INHERITANCE AND VIRTUAL FUNCTIONS 549
CHAPTER 10: THE STANDARD TEMPLATE LIBRARY 645
CHAPTER 11: DEBUGGING TECHNIQUES 755
CHAPTER 12: WINDOWS PROGRAMMING CONCEPTS 807
CHAPTER 13: PROGRAMMING FOR MULTIPLE CORES 843
CHAPTER 14: WINDOWS PROGRAMMING WITH THE MICROSOFT FOUNDATION CLASSES 875
CHAPTER 15: WORKING WITH MENUS AND TOOLBARS 903
CHAPTER 16: DRAWING IN A WINDOW 945
CHAPTER 17: CREATING THE DOCUMENT AND IMPROVING THE VIEW 1009
CHAPTER 18: WORKING WITH DIALOGS AND CONTROLS 1059
CHAPTER 19: STORING AND PRINTING DOCUMENTS 1123
CHAPTER 20: WRITING YOUR OWN DLLs 1175
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