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How to replace WinMain() of MFC with my own...

chcheng
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Last Modified: 2013-11-20
As we know, WinMain() function in MFC application is prepared by MFC itself and linked into the code automatically.  This implies, that even we only want to use DAO/WinSock object, a CWinApp class instance is required.  Such constraint is very inconvenient for us because we don't want to use the whole MFC framework (we just want to make use of DAO...).

I think it's common problem for MFC programmers.  Thus, could anyone give me your experience about "HOW TO REPLACE MFC'S WinMain() WITH YOUR OWN ONE"?
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