Visual C++ .NET: How to Program

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Pearson Education, 2004 - 1319 Seiten
Written by the authors of the world's best-selling introductory/intermediate C and C++ textbooks, this comprehensive book examines Visual C++ .NET. Visual C++ .NET How to Program features the Deitels' signature LIVE-CODE™ approach to teaching programming with thousands of lines of code in hundreds of complete working programs. Start with an introduction to computers and Visual C++ .NET programming, then move on to more advanced topics such as graphical user interfaces (GUIs), multimedia, databases, and networking. Learn how to create reusable software components with classes and assemblies. Create database connections using ADO.NET, create Web-based applications using ATL Server and create Web services using ASP .NET and ATL server. The book features detailed LIVE-CODE™ examples that illustrate managed C++ code, highlight crucial files and streams concepts, show how to create custom GUI controls, demonstrate how to use sockets to hide network details, show real examples of Web services in action, demonstrate attributed programming in ATL/COM, illustrate COM components, and illustrate several substantial case studies. Benefit from the Deitels' outstanding and consistent pedagogy with icons that highlight good programming practices, common errors, software engineering observations, portability tips, performance tips, and testing and debugging tips. For anyone interested in learning how to program Visual C++ .NET. Previously appeared in 12/2002 catalog.

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Inhalt

Introduction to NET and Visual C++ NET
1
Introduction to the Visual Studio NET IDE
18
Introduction to Visual C++ NET Programming
47
Part 1
75
Part 2
112
Functions
149
Arrays
203
ObjectBased Programming
239
Graphics and Multimedia
669
Files and Streams
756
Extensible Markup Language XML
850
Database SQL and ADO NET
910
Web Services
966
Simple Object Access Protocol SOAP and Web Services
979
StreamsBased Sockets and Datagrams
1052
Data Structures and Collections
1098

Inheritance
304
Polymorphism
346
Exception Handling
408
Part 1
437
Part 2
490
Multithreading
571
Strings Characters and Regular Expressions
616
A Operator Precedence Chart
1172
Converting Octal Numbers and Hexadecimal Numbers
1179
Unicode
1186
Part 1
1198
Linking
1205
Special Characters and More Line Breaks
1211
Internet and Web Resources
1218

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Über den Autor (2004)

Harvey M. Deitel is one of the world's leading computer science instructors and seminar presenters. Paul J. Deitel has taught programming at many of the world's leading companies. Together, they have authored numerous books and multimedia packages, and are principals of Deitel and Associates Inc., a leading global training and content-creation firm.

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