Learn where "make" fits in the process of developing an application and see an example of using it with multiple file compilation.
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Learn about the kinds of .DLLs you can make using MFC and the advantages of each kind. Also learn how to create a .DLL and how to set up a client application to use it.
Learn about the problems that can arise when you use .DLLs. Also learn how these problems can be avoided.
This third part builds on the previous two by providing more coding examples and technical details.
This article demystifies some of the arcane code created by the MFC Wizards.
Great way to peek at what's going on "under the hood" in your document/view applications
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