The compiler and linker extensions in Microsoft Visual C++ .NET provide specific capabilities that programmers canat get using Microsoft Visual C#ac. Programmers learn how to make the most of these extensions with this enlightening guideaupdated for Visual C++ .NET 2003 and written by an authority on the subject. The book reveals the special programming rules for Managed Extensions and shows how to use them to write .NET libraries and applications. It also discusses the many features that are new to Visual C++ .NET 2003. This guide is ideal for developers who use Visual C#, but want to make the most of the unique facilities in Visual C++ .NET.See tracing code writing, 472-75 Debugger class, 481, 493-95, 525 Debugger Proxy Service, 511 Debugger Users group, 508. 511, 534 debuggers. Visual Studio NET. ... 535 debugging processes, 515-28 debugging through IDE, 434- 35, 508-10 debugging Web services, 535 debugging Windows Forms applications, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Programming with Managed Extensions for Microsoft Visual C++.NET, Version 2003|