I just wanted to say that I picked up the book "Beginning Visual C++ 6.0" by Ivor Horton. This book is excellent and very well done. It explains all of C++ in general and is very in depth, it then goes into the Visual C++ IDE and teaches you everything you need to know to program windows apps. This a very good book that I recommend you pick up if you are learning VC++6. It has a ton of tutorials and examples to code. It is very well written and very easy to understand.
I glanced at the book. Just teaches MFC, so I could care less about it (I like using the normal Win32 API better). It might be useful for learning all the features in VC++ and MFC and stuff, but judging by it's size I would guess that there are probably better books out there on MFC anyway. Of course, I've only read a small amount to see what it was like, so I could be totally wrong.
Edited by - Midnight Coder on August 23, 2001 5:40:02 PM