Windows 95 Programming Nuts & Bolts

Windows 95 Programming Nuts & Bolts

For Experienced Programmers

Book - 1995
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Concise and to-the-point, Windows 95 Programming Nuts and Bolts is the ideal way for the seasoned pro to learn Windows 95 programming. With Schildt's clear writing and extensive code examples in C and C++, you can quickly advance from one topic to the next. Everything you need--from Windows programming fundamentals to menus, controls, dialog boxes, multitasking, and graphics--is covered. Schildt also includes special "Fast Track Tips" and "Nuts and Bolts" boxes that show you how to apply what you are learning. Because it's written for experienced programmers, Windows 95 Programming Nuts and Bolts is packed with valuable information, insight, and techniques that will enable you to move effortlessly to this important new operating system.
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, c1995
ISBN: 9780078821479
Characteristics: xiii, 310 p. : ill. ; 23 cm


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