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Where can I get free download of VC++ reference books ?

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pkimk
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You do own VC++ don't you?  The VC++ CDROM includes several VC++ reference books online.
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Go to MSDN Online http://www.microsoft.com/msdn and register. Thus, you can freely access the MSDN library which contains VC++ documentations. This is the only place on the Net due to the copyright.
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