Brett g Porter
BgPorter at NOacmSPAM.org
Thu Apr 20 17:16:36 CEST 2000
"Mark Hammond" <mhammond at skippinet.com.au> wrote in message
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> "Don Tuttle" <tuttledon at hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> > [Mark]
> > > You are really going to need to go through an MFC tutorial or book
> > > you can make heads or tails of Pythonwin from that level...
> > Any recommendations?
> Afraid not. I already new MFC when I started Pythonwin. I learnt it from
> the MFC "scribble" tutorial. I find I tend to learn best with a tutorial
> and then playing - that is what I did with Python (back then there was no
> other alternative, but even now that is my recommended strategy for
> competant existing programmers learning Python...)
If you're not of this bent, I recommend these books for learning MFC (a
little light reading):
Programming Windows with MFC, Second Edition
By Prosise, Jeff
Published by Microsoft Press
Date Published: 05/1999
Professional MFC with Visual C++ 6
By Blaszczak, Mike
Published by Wrox Press Inc.
Date Published: 08/1999
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