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Message-Id: <3.0.32.19980101151200.00a3c100@dataplusnet.com>
Date: Thu, 01 Jan 1998 15:12:04 -0600
To: djgpp AT delorie DOT com
From: Michael Matczynski <michaelm AT dataplusnet DOT com>
Subject: Windows/C++ Book
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I have read a book about C and understand it.  I have done some programming
with games and apps in DOS for awhile, but now I would like to move onto
Windows programming with Visual C++ 5.0.  What would be better?  Buying 2
books, one that teaches C++ and another book that teaches Visual C++?  Or
would it be better to buy a book that teaches C++ and Visual C++ in the
same book.  How much is there to learn about C++ (is there so much that you
need to devote an entire book to it)?

What books do you recommend for C++/Visual C++?

Thanks,
Mike



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| Michael Matczynski                                |
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