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MFC Object Model

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Does anybody have a Drawing of the MFC Object Model.  Not the Hierarchy in the Manuals.  A drawing that has for example OMT notation of the MFC Class Library.  If you don't have it but know of a book please let me know.
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Try the MSDN. If not there try writing to DDJ ( Dr. Dobb's).
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by:tmcalees
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I believe Rational Corporation has an OMT/Booch object model for MFC.  However, you would need their Rose C++ tool to view or print it.
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You can use tools such as Select for OMT to generate OMT diagrams
for the MFC hierarchy from the MFC source code.  This particular
product does quite a good job of it, even if it is a bit big.
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