Hey guys I basically finished reading Beginning Visual C++ 2010 with Ivor Horton, I skipped the MFC part as I am more interested in the Win API which there's was only one third of a chapter on(not enough) and I was wondering if Programming Windows, Fifth Edition by Charles Petzold is something worth reading still even if it is as old as it is?
Or is there a different book you would recommend I get instead that is more current where I can learn about making windows and doing various things with them?
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In my personal opinion, I found books to be not very helpful once you get past learning the language syntax and some basic concepts(AKA When you first try to pick up programming). When it comes to learning specific API's, or really anything, I found that the internet is your best …
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