I am trying to find some good tutorials (either tutor-led or self-learning) for programming C++ in the Windows environment (e.g., MFC).
Does anyone have recommendations? Any comments are greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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Get a copy of programming windows by charles petzold (5th edition). This will give you a good grounding in the win32 api. After you know most of the api then get a copy of programming windows with mfc by jeff prosise. This will give you a much more OOP look at programming for windows. I can't stress enough how important it is to learn the api before attempting to learn mfc.
I don't know a lot about Windows programming with C++, I always used Delphi. But I heard some good C++ programmers not recommending MFC. Maybe they have a reason as they say this. They're saying it's better to use WinAPI instead. I worked with WinAPI in Delphi and it's not difficult (perfect e-documentation).