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Does anyone have som easy tutorials for MS VC++....( not the ones included )
I'm a newbee to MS VC++, and would like to get going right along...
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lpo@bigfoot.com
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There are plenty of tutorials located at:
http://www.vcdj.com/vcdj/default.asp

Also, if you want to find more tutorails, go to:
http://www.hotbot.com
and search for "Visual C++ Tutorials" <Includeing the quotes(")>

Hope this helps!


Sincerely,
Keenan

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