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Inside Visual C++ Fourth edition
David J. Kruglinski


How good is it???

I know some C++ for DOS, i have VC++ f/Win, but i need to know what do you need to understand this book, what level of experience do you need, i haven't done any visual, well may be VB 16, but just a little you can considered nothing...

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abdijConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Hi,
 It is one of the best available. We use it as a Bible. It gives comprehensive coverage on nearly all aspects of VC++ programming. But VC++ is an Ocean and not one book can cover it all. But all said and done this book still remains the best. Lucid language and easy to understand programs make it ideal.

Also this is my personal choice. Others may have other choices, tastes.

Also for VC visit this site, it is excellant
www.codeguru.com

All the best
Feel free to ask
Happy Coing
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Abdij
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abdijCommented:
Hi,
 Regarding the user level any body can use it. It gets better as you learn along. Beginners can also enjoy it.

Bye
ABdij
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akalmaniCommented:
Hi whatboy !!
  Go for the book called "Visual C++ No experience required" .
At the start read this book and then u can go for "Inside Visual C++" by David Kruglinski
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abdijCommented:
Hi,
 For that matter that are a lot of books written by Steven Holzner for beginners. But none of them are comprehensive. They are good ofcourse but just as a reference in the beginning but if you ultimately wish to posses one Inside VC++ is the one.

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ABdij
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