I'm new to vc++, but I have a reasonable understanding of most of the basics. But I there is a major gap in my understanding which I would like someone to help with please.
I'm using MFC, and I'd just like to make a simple class that contains a few variables and a few functions.
The functions should do simple arithmetic like adding two integers. So no windows stuff is involved.
So far I have used CLass Wizard to try and make a class. But I'm keep getting confused. What is the best way to achieve my goal?
If anyone can just sum up what I should be doing I would be eternally grateful.
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