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  • Author:
    Richard Grimes
  • ISBN:
    0735617821
  • ISBN13:
    978-0735617827
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  • Publisher:
    Microsoft Press; 1 edition (April 5, 2003)
  • Pages:
    608 pages
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    Programming
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Richard Grimes has built a reputation for writing in-depth books and articles about C++ that leave nothing . He writes a column on the managed extensions for Visual C++ Developers Journal.

Richard Grimes has built a reputation for writing in-depth books and articles about C++ that leave nothing uncovered. Richard is also well known as an authority on managed C++ from his column in VCDJ/. As a Microsoft MVP for. NET and a regular speaker a. ET conferences, Richard keeps a close watch on, and has a detailed knowledge of, the needs and directions of the market.

Start by marking Programming with Managed Extensions for Microsoft . It also discusses the many features that are new to Visual C++.

Start by marking Programming with Managed Extensions for Microsoft® Visual C++®. NET-Version 2003 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The book reveals the special programming rules for Managed Extensions and shows how to use them to write. NET libraries and applications. This guide is ideal for developers who use Visual C but want to make the most of the unique facilities in Visual C++.

Programming with Managed Extensions for Microsoft Visual C++. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Published March 26, 2003 by Microsoft Press.

Because developers who use C may want to implement more C++ in their Microsoft. NET applications, this book thoroughly covers the Visual C++ managed extensions, plus how to write. Readers learn the different programming rules for managed extensions, along with the features that are new to Visual C++ and other. Download (chm, 961 Kb).

1 online resource (xx, 540 pages) : Includes bibliographical references (pages 512-513) and index. Print version record. Electronic reproduction. HathiTrust Digital Library. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.

Richard Grimes has built a reputation for writing in-depth books and articles about C++ that leave nothing .

It also discusses the many features that are new to Visual C++.

NET provide specific capabilities that programmers can't get using Microsoft Visual C Programmers learn how to make the most of these extensions with this enlightening guide-updated for Visual C++. NET 2003 and written by an authority on the subject. Format Paperback 608 pages. Dimensions 186 x 228 x 38mm 1,179. Publication date 23 Apr 2003.

Thoroughly covers the Visual C++ managed extensions, plus how to write . He writes a column on the managed extensions for Visual C++ Developers Journal

Thoroughly covers the Visual C++ managed extensions, plus how to write. Written by one of the most highly respected C++ programming experts. Richard Grimes has built a reputation for writing in-depth books and articles about C++ that leave nothing uncovered.

NET provide specific capabilities that programmers can't get using Microsoft Visual C#.

The compiler and linker extensions in Microsoft Visual C++ .NET provide specific capabilities that programmers can’t get using Microsoft Visual C#. Programmers learn how to make the most of these extensions with this enlightening guide—updated for Visual C++ .NET 2003 and written by an authority on the subject. The book reveals the special programming rules for Managed Extensions and shows how to use them to write .NET libraries and applications. It also discusses the many features that are new to Visual C++ .NET 2003. This guide is ideal for developers who use Visual C#, but want to make the most of the unique facilities in Visual C++ .NET.


Lonesome Orange Kid
Used this book to Port Linux C++ program to Windows C++
Was very helpful.

May be different ways Now as Newer C++ versions have been released.
just one girl
A bit dissapointing.
This book is more about what not to do than about what to do or how to do it right. With the recently released new 2003 version of Visual Studio's the C++ compiler for the NET, it might, even, be a bit outdated.
If what you're looking for is a kind of tutorial book on managed extensions( such as myself) this isn't the right book.
Later, I got "Microsoft Visual C++ NET professional projects" and this is it. more than 1000 pages of practical advice, consistent and easy advice C++ and the .NET.
Maybe, after i get to know C++ more deeply "Programming with Managed Extensions for Microsoft Visual C++ .NET" would become an interesting reading.
Kage
If you are the type of person that already knows Visual C++ and all the MFC,ATL,... stuff. And now you just want to know how use the NET Framework in the C++ language. This is an ideal book for acomplishing that objective.
One of the things i hate in many tec. books it's that they tell the same 'story' over and over...and over again. In this case the author simply assumes that you know VC++ and introduces the NET Framework to you.
Chapter 5 is worth the money spent and deserves a reminder, the author gets down to the metal and explains the system internals of the NET Framework via VC++. Even if you don't buy the book you should read this chapter ......
Dori
This book is a mess. Really disorganized. Nothing is clear. Important information is thrown together haphazardly in places it doesn't belong. It makes you wonder what other tidbits he left out, or what he hid somewhere that you didn't notice. There's no way to use it as a reference, and it's certainly not an entertaining read.
Asyasya
The organization of this book is terrible. It is full of forward references to topics not yet discussed, information is presented without any proper structure.

I will trust the judgement of others who know c++.NET better and say that the content is technically sound (I personally will reserve my opinion). As far as I am concerned, it all goes to waste due to its unreadable and incoherent organization and presentation.

It should have been titled "Random thoughts on managed c++".
Dawncrusher
I've been developing in C++ for 11 years and could not praise this volume enough. It's a thorough treatise on using managed extensions. If you're looking for intro or IDE walkthrough stuff, this is not your book. This book is typical of Grimes work...focused, lucid, and complete. This goes beside my Stroustrup and K&R references.
Throw her heart
I cannot say it better than another reviewer "This book is typical of Grimes work...focused, lucid, and complete". This is a great book for learning Managed Extensions for Microsoft Visual C++.Net.