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What's the best way to learn MFC ?

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    domain New Member

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    Hi dude :cool:

    Could you please tell me the best way to learn MFC ?( I don't have any knowledge about it )
    And about the books, which one should I buy ? ( tell me two or more )
     
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    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

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    The best way to learn MFC is by doing some elementary programs and knowing about the architecture and the best book I found is by MS Press. Programming Visual C++ by David Kruglinski, Scot Wingo, and George Shepherd.
     
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    domain New Member

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    Hi shabbir, thank you for the reply :)
    I know C++ programing and I wrote a lot of c++ programs but without graphic interface, so I want to convert my programs ( like: linked list or stack or queue ) from the cmd to using a graphic interface ( I hope you understand me :) ) , and thanks again
     
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    Try getting some idea from that book and that would be your best solution. MFC is not that easy to grasp unless you have the concept going.
     
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    Is there any ebook ( pdf ) I could download ?
    And thanks again Mr.Shabbir
     
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    I am not sure you can get it on net but it does come with the book in a chm format and googleing it out may help you in this regard.
     

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