Sunday, February 26, 2006


This blog is an attempt to put together little articles & snippets of Win32 C++ code that can be used as examples for beginners. In the process, I hope to become more proficient in Win32 as well since, at the moment, I'm just a novice.

With Visual C++ .NET, writing Win32 applications is easier than ever. You can write all of your logic in a higher language such as VB.NET, C# or J#; all the Windows low-level stuff can be written in C++ libraries. It'll also ensure that you don't have to throw away your C++ code anytime in the near future as Microsoft intends to keep C++ developers employed for many more years to come.


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