Classic VC books

Source: Internet
Author: User
Charles Petzold's programming windows -- getting started
Jeffrey Richter's "advanced windows"-classic, I love this book too much.
Jeffrey Richter's Windows 95: A developer's Guide-learn hook
Matt pietrek's "Windows 95 system programming secrets" -- learning PE
Stanley Lippman's "inside the C ++ Object Model"-suitable for putting on the bed, turning pages before going to bed
Mark Nelson's data compression Principles and Examples-zip, rar, and GIF are no longer mysterious
Don box's "essential com" -- do you really want to put your c ++ class into the DLL? But ......
Walter oney's programming the Windows Driver Model-underlying driver
Solomon and russinovich's "Inside Windows 2000"-do you really know about windows? A book that seems to blow confidence


(3) Windows API
Programming Windows 95-Charles Petzold and Paul Yao
Programming applications for Windows-Jeffrey Richter
Advanced windows-Jeffrey Richter
Visual c ++ Windows shell programming-Dino esposito

(4), MFC
Programming Windows 95 with MFC-Jeff prosise
MFC internals-George Shepherd and Scot Wingo
Professional MFC with Visual C ++-Mike blaszczak

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