classes and definitions

This is a discussion on classes and definitions within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; does anyone know of a online referance showing all the classes and what they do?like an encyclopedia?using ms visual c++ ...

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    classes and definitions

    does anyone know of a online referance showing all the classes and what they do?like an encyclopedia?using ms visual c++ 6.0
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    All classes from all headers? Doubt you will find that anywhere.
    There are some places that enlist for example all the windows classes but i dont think anyone enlists them all.

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    Try the finding it from the help list of your compiler (But I think you already did that hehehe)
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    well i found the whole list of mfc classes on the msdn site under microsoft foundation libraries. theres about 1000 pages of them. now i can learn something. if i can find the rest of the classes, it will be even better

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    Lightbulb Hey scott!

    PM me if you found some classes and libraries about windowing toolkits for MS Windows. Compiler help files sucks to the max! Cant rely on them for advice.

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    what is windowing toolkits?

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    Windowing toolkits are the codes we can use to make those cool "windows" GUI on the MS Windows platform.
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