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I know I asked before....but I mis[placed my links after 2 formats of my comp =( can someone tell me where in the MSDN Library is the section for MFC, I mean I can find DX, OGL, GDI, GDI+ (WTF??), but where the hell is the MFC!!! AHHH! please, and if you know can someone tell me what GDI+ is quickly.

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If you have a relatively new msdn version:


    
Visual Studio 6.0
->Visual C and C++ 6.0
->Product Documentation
->Microsoft Foundation Class Library and Templates
->Microsoft Foundation Class Library


Is there no <pre> tag here?

Edited by - meZmo on November 5, 2001 5:16:28 PM

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I meant at the online MSDN Library (god knows I don''t got the money for a decent enough version of MS(anything) that comes with manuals and all the cd''s), while I''m on MFC, wheres Win32? I mean all I found was GDI/GDI+ (??).

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There aren''t necessarily sections in that order (as they''d be lage and unwieldly). Search for functions on a per-operation basis (eg "window attributes" would bring up GetWindowLong() and related functions).



I wanna work for Microsoft!

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Thnx a ton, it is under Windows Development->Platform SDK, except I never knew it wai under Win Dev, everyone just said Platform SDK, heh, thnx a ton.

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