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Posted by slipknotclown [send private reply] at March 01, 2002, 05:18:38 PM Ok I'm scum on here I know nothing, but isn't MFC for people who cant be assed to learn win32 programming? So they cheat with MFC
Posted by RedX [send private reply] at March 02, 2002, 04:37:15 PM If using MFC is cheating, so would be C (or C++ or Pascal or any other language) for people who aren't masochistic enough to deal with assembly.
MFC is a tool, nothing more. Beside lazyness is good in programming (in terms of code reuse that is).
Using standard code for standard things makes a program more readable.
Posted by metamorphic [send private reply] at March 03, 2002, 02:02:28 PM MFC is built copletley on C++ and therefore is completley OO. If you learnt C++ without learning C first, you may find MFC easier especially if you like OOP.
Posted by Kalkulas [send private reply] at March 07, 2002, 12:53:48 PM What is the difference between MFC and Win32 Programming?
Is Win32 more complicated?
Posted by taubz [send private reply] at March 07, 2002, 03:58:18 PM MFC is programming for Win32. MFC is a simplification over using the Windows API calls directly.
Posted by PavalDaniel [send private reply] at March 12, 2002, 01:23:19 PM What does MCF stand for???
Posted by sphinX [send private reply] at March 12, 2002, 07:07:57 PM MCF stands for nothing. MFC, on the other hand, stands for Microsoft Foundation Classes and are an encapsulation of the Windows API for use in C++ (makes things simpler, or so they say).
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