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Javadocs are for Java as ? is to Visual C.NET?

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Does Microsoft Visual C++.NET offer any descriptions of its API(Classes methods, syntax used, base classes..etc) such as Javadocs do for Java.
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As far as I know, MSDN is the one
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by:Mayank S
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Yes, and it comes with Visual Studio .NET.
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