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Though it doesn't cover Internet development, this title provides a worthy tutorial on traditional MFC programming. He also dedicates a fair amount of text to basic Windows controls and dialog boxes. The built-in view classes in MFC and how to use them in a Windows Explorer-style sample program are covered. From there, it's on to other common GUI interface models such as toolbars, status bars, and the new Internet Explorer-style rebars. After a useful section on printing including some valuable real-world tips for this tricky topic , the rich array of Windows common controls is discussed. As in the first edition, Prosise's introduction to MFC multithreading and synchronization objects like mutexes is a standout.
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Programming Windows Mfc by Jeff Prosise