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Programming Windows: Hello, MFC (Premium)

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Before diving into the Microsoft Foundation Class library, I thought it might be a good idea to say hello to MFC with a bit of source code.

For an MFC version of hello, world, I turned to Jeff Prosise’s Programming Windows 95 with MFC, an attempt by Microsoft Press to recapture the magic of Charles Petzold’s classic Programming Windows. A second and final edition, simply called Programming Windows with MFC, was released in 1999, and then Microsoft eventually moved on.

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