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Microsoft Visual J++ 6.0 Reference Library
by Microsoft Corporation (Editor)
Paperback: 1800 pages
Dimensions (in inches): 4.21 x 9.24 x 7.76
Publisher: Microsoft Press
ISBN: 1572318724; (October 1998)
Amazon.com: Much of the power of Visual J++ 6 derives from its underlying Windows Foundation Classes (WFC), which Microsoft has designated as the eventual successor to the Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC). This is a worthy reference to the dozens of classes in WFC.
The first volume in this set looks at application classes, core classes, and built-in classes for ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) database programming. This volume also details the Dynamic HTML classes and input/output (I/O) classes. The second volume covers the extensive user-interface classes for the WFC classes that encapsulate Windows controls, plus several utility classes. Successful development in Visual J++ depends on learning the WFC classes. This guide puts all this information at your fingertips in a convenient format. --Richard Dragan
From Book News, Inc.: Contains alphabetic listings for the Microsoft Windows Foundation Classes (WFC) for Java. The WFC library unifies the Win32 API and Web development with a single programming model across the client and the server. The two parts of the text together cover eight packages, from com.ms.wfc.app to com.mis.wfc.util. Intended for beginning to intermediate-level Java and Visual J++ programmers. Book News, Inc.®, Portland, OR
Book Description: The fastest growing tool in the Java arena is Microsoft Visual J++ 6.0-the development environment of choice for programmers building powerful applications and applets.
The MICROSOFT VISUAL J++ 6.0 REFERENCE LIBRARY includes: Microsoft Visual J++ WFC Library Reference, Parts 1 and 2, containing A-Z listings to Microsoft Java classes, including Windows(r) Foundation Classes (WFC)
The MICROSOFT VISUAL J++ 6.0 REFERENCE LIBRARY is a comprehensive, accurate resource from the Microsoft product development team for current Java developers and those new to this programming environment.
Ingram: The fastest growing tool in the Java arena is Microsoft Visual J++, New Edition--the development environment of choice for programmers building powerful applications and applets. This comprehensive and authoritative reference includes A-Z listings of Microsoft Java classes, a Java Language Reference from Sun Microsystems, and a Java API Reference to the Java Application Programming Interface (API).
Buyer Beware..., June 21, 1999
Reviewer: A reader from Rochester, MN
Best I could tell, this two volume set is identical to the reference material provided on the msdn cdrom documentation (from Visual Studio V6.0). There is NO new or useful information beyond being a "hard-copy" of the cdrom info. If that is what you are looking for, then this set is for you.
The Visual J++ 6.0 reference, October 13, 1998
Reviewer: SaadShareef@RocketMail.Com from Kuwait
I think that this reference is the complete and the best one for Visual J++ 6.0 so far. The best subject in the reference is DHTML.
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