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Advice on good C / C++ / Visual C++ / MFC and Windows Programming books

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Greetings , I would like some advice on the best C ( advanced ) book , and the best object-oriented programming , C++, Visual C++ and MFC, Windows Programming and Visual C++ ( begginer and advanced ) book. I won't ask about a good OpenGL begginers boom because I assume the Red Book would be a good one. Well, thank you very much. Edited by - Branco on September 22, 2001 2:35:10 PM

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I don''t know what the "best" books out there are, but in my classes I''ve used these books, and I really enjoy them as resources:

C++: How to Program C++ 3rd Edition, by Deitel & Deitel (highly recommend as a resource)
STL: Data Structures in C++, by Timothy Budd
Windows: Programing Windows 5th Edition, by Charles Petzold
MFC: Programming Windows with MFC 4th edition, by Jeffrey Richter

Hope you find these resources helpful,


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