Tom Archer illustrates how the Matrix object and transforms enable you to draw horizontally or vertically sheared text.
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Learn how to access the Microsoft Word spell checker using Automation from your own Managed C++ Windows Forms applications.
This month, .NET Nuts & Bolts covers exception handling, examining what exceptions are and why they are important. You'll learn how to use them, how to create custom exceptions, and how to apply common best practices.
CodeDom hasn't gotten the same level of attention in C++ circles as VB.NET and C# have, but it is just as relevant there. Nick Wienholt demonstrates why by examining CodeDom from a C++ perspective.
Paul Kimmel demonstrates the implementation of a Windows GUI for an FTP client, and along the way, presents the skills you need to complete the FTP solution or similar kinds of applications.
Learn how to use GDI+ to render several 3D text effects, such as shadowed, blocked, embossed, and engraved text.
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Learn to implement exception handling mechanism in C++.
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With a UWP app, you can design for specific input modes and devices. Learn to control a camera from one.
Take advantage of pattern matching to check for patterns in your code, improve performance, and simplify your code.