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narlymon

looking for a good intro to windows api/mfc

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I''ve been searching for a good intro to Windows programming book, and have had poor luck so far. None of the local (read: 1 hour away or less) bookstores have a book that starts from the beginning. I have been able to infer alot from a couple of books I have bought, but I would like a book that sits down and explains the event/handle/id basic stuff that all the books in my area seem to skip or gloss over. So. . . any recommendations? Thanks. n-

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I haven''t read any books about Windows API (yet) but if you feel like browsing through a lot of book reviews, I recommend: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/browse-books/-/3868/102-5629001-1691225

Otherwise, here''s a lot of tutorials, including Win32 ones: http://www.flipcode.com/tutorials/

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I''ve read a couple of good books on Win32 porgramming, for a good intro a good book i found was, Programming Windows 95 in 21 days, Sams Publishing; ISBN: 0672305313. Its about 35 pound but I have no idea as to what the cost in dolars is.

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