Adding Program Functionality

Visual C++

Most of programming is the iterative process of adding one program subsystem after another. Perhaps you begin with your program's "engine," such as the calculation engine for a spreadsheet application or the formatting engine for a word processor. Then you might develop your program's OLE functionality, and so on. This book covers a wide range of topics useful in this phase of development.
Overviews   Short introductions to the concepts important in adding core functionality to your program
How Do I   Explanations of the tasks to perform as you add program functionality
Frequently Asked Questions   Focused questions that other Visual C++ users are asking too
Details   Longer conceptual articles about the subjects you need at this stage
What else do you want to do?
Learn how to use ClassView.
Learn how to use WizardBar.
Learn how to use ClassWizard.
Learn how to use Gallery to reuse code and to insert prepackaged components and ActiveX Controls into your project.
Learn how to use the effectively.

Interesting home pages
   The entire Visual C++ product -- and your gateway to all of the documentation
Adding user-interface features   Creating your program's user interface -- dialog boxes, toolbars, and much more
Compiling and Linking   Building your program so you can test it
Debugging   Debugging your program