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Windows Programming using C++

Is there anyone who could direct me to an absolute beginners course in
Windows Programming using C++? Links would be more welcome than Book
names, because much of the foreign books aren't locally available here
or is either too costly.
Thanks in advance

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http://www.aqod.com/?p=11 - An absolute beginners tutorial using
VB.NET..

Aug 21 '05 #1
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"Midhun K Menon" <ho*******@gmail.com> wrote in message
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Is there anyone who could direct me to an absolute beginners course in
Windows Programming using C++? Links would be more welcome than Book
names, because much of the foreign books aren't locally available here
or is either too costly.
Thanks in advance

----------
http://www.aqod.com/?p=11 - An absolute beginners tutorial using
VB.NET..


www.winprog.org/tutorial/
Aug 21 '05 #2
Midhun K Menon wrote:
Is there anyone who could direct me to an absolute beginners course in
Windows Programming using C++? Links would be more welcome than Book
names, because much of the foreign books aren't locally available here
or is either too costly.
Thanks in advance

----------
http://www.aqod.com/?p=11 - An absolute beginners tutorial using
VB.NET..

you probably also want some library to work with, I saw the other day that
TrollTech now has a free release of their Qt product for Windows, ( if you
intend to develop for yourself and create free software ), check out
www.trolltech.com
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http://www.gregerhaga.net
Aug 21 '05 #3

"Midhun K Menon" <ho*******@gmail.com> a écrit dans le message de news:
11**********************@g49g2000cwa.googlegroups. com...
Is there anyone who could direct me to an absolute beginners course in
Windows Programming using C++? Links would be more welcome than Book
names, because much of the foreign books aren't locally available here
or is either too costly.
Thanks in advance

----------
http://www.aqod.com/?p=11 - An absolute beginners tutorial using
VB.NET..


http://www.relisoft.com/win32/index.htm
Aug 21 '05 #4
Thanks guys...
I feel there are quite a few new terminologies in windows programming
which seems to be quite confusing..
Thanks for those beginner tutorials! :)

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http://www.aqod.com/?p=11 - An absolute beginners tutorial using
VB.NET..

Aug 21 '05 #5

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