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    Resolved where to get exercises on MFC programming?

    hi,everyone
    i am learning MFC programming,and want to do some excercises to get better understanding of MFC.Can sb propose some for me or provide some website from which i can get excercises to practise?
    Thanks in advance!!
    Last edited by isteven; March 21st, 2007 at 06:18 AM.

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    Re: where to get exercises on MFC programming?

    Where are you learning MFC? Most books come with a CD-ROM these days which will have excercises or a link to a website.
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    Re: where to get exercises on MFC programming?

    hi Deniz, thanks for your reply.
    i am learning MFC mostly by the msdn and some resources on the internet,for example when i was making a port-scanner application a few days ago,i just searched the related knowledge on the internet and found whether there are some classes in the MFC library could be used in the project.
    i am eager for some practice on MFC programming,do help me!!!
    thanks!!

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    Re: where to get exercises on MFC programming?

    Then What Ever the Function you are reading from MSDN Implement That Function in your code. very Soon you Will Find that on some place you want morethen one Function so you Will Proceed in a Proper Diection by yourself

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    Re: where to get exercises on MFC programming?

    Well, start with something simple and work on customising that and use MFC as much as possible.

    Have you done a google search? Here is one I found:

    http://www.codeelephant.com/ (Examples, Explanations, Exercises
    MFC with Visual C++.Net)

    You can also try having a search for MFC sample projects, read the application description, try to create it and then compare it with how the other author has done his example.
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    Re: where to get exercises on MFC programming?

    hi,humptydumpty

    thank you,but are you suggesting for implementing some functions by calling the windows API myself? i have a book about windows API.

    Quote Originally Posted by humptydumpty
    Then What Ever the Function you are reading from MSDN Implement That Function in your code. very Soon you Will Find that on some place you want morethen one Function so you Will Proceed in a Proper Diection by yourself

    Thanx

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    Re: where to get exercises on MFC programming?

    Deniz, thanks so much!!
    i have added the site to my favorites,and i will search some MFC projects codes and especially some exercises to do by myself,just like what suggested by humptydumpty

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    Re: where to get exercises on MFC programming?

    Then I Will Suggest you try to start from Win32 Application instead of MFC.then Only you can Know How a Program Flow and what is the Basic requirement to follow up for aProgram. you can take a Example like for creating a Window.Then Draw a Line on Window Track your Mouse Event and keyboard Event.use Menu.Show Dialog on Clicking SOme button .And i think this is enough for you.After that you Will self readu for R&d and Development.

    Thanx

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    Re: where to get exercises on MFC programming?

    humptydumpty,
    thanks so much for your help!!

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