Hi all, happy weekend!
I'm starting to learn MFC at school and so got myself a copy of Windows Programming with MFC to help me.
My problem is that the first program in the book, a 'Hello World' program, simply compromises of just 2 files:
Now, when I create an MFC program in Visual Studio 2005, it adds LOTS files - .h files, .cpp files and also resource files.
I simply want to use the two mentioned above, not all these others which are created. I've tried creating a blank project like I do for C++ for console apps, but despite trying various options during the program creation wizard, I still end up with many of these 'extra' files.
I'm unable to create a blank MFC project, which will allow to just add the two files listed in the book, and run the 'Hello World' program.
So basically, how can I create a blank MFC project, so I can just add Hello.cpp and Hello.h.
Or am I missing the point somewhere?