Dan Appleman's Visual Basic 5.0 Programmer's Guide to the Win32 Api ePub download
by Daniel Appleman
- ISBN: 1562764462
- ISBN13: 978-1562764463
- ePub: 1953 kb | FB2: 1290 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Programming
- Publisher: Ziff Davis Pr; Pap/Cdr edition (March 1, 1997)
- Pages: 1548
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 240
- Format: doc lit azw docx
Appleman's unique puzzle format includes 32 sample programs that almost&emdash;but .
Appleman's unique puzzle format includes 32 sample programs that almost&emdash;but don't quite&emdash;work. Each puzzle has a solution with an in-depth explanation of the problem, why it occurs, and why the solution works.
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Binding:Paperback, Author:Daniel Appleman, Publisher:Ziff-Davis Press, Weight:5.
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Readers will learn how to interpret the Microsoft documentation and create declarations for even the most complex functions. No contact information provided yet.
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For years, programmers worldwide have sworn by Dan Appleman's 1500-page tutorial . The first version was released back in those halcyon days of VB's youth, when DOS was still a buzzword and 4MB of RAM was an acceptable computer specification. Since then, the book has progressed.
Dan Applemen shows you how to translate C and C++ based Win32 documentation to Visual Basic, how to port 16-bit applications to 32-bits, and how to design applications to run on different versions of Windows.