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Windows CE Developer's Handbook [Paperback]

Terence A. Goggin , David L. Heskett , Jason M. Maclean
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April 28 1999 Developer's Handbook
Windows CE is Microsoft's new compact operating system for handheld computers, PalmPCs, and set-top box computers. Windows CE Developer's Handbook will show developers and programmers how to create self-supporting applications on these new hardware devices in their favorite languages (Visual C++ 6, Visual Basic 6, and Visual J++ 6). The author includes many C++ and Visual Basic examples to show readers how to port Windows 95 apps to the Windows CE OS and create new apps for this tiny OS.

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1.0 out of 5 stars Forget this book! Feb. 8 2000
So called Dr.CE doesn't show any important trick used in professional applications. Buy Burdick's CE book instead!
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5.0 out of 5 stars the CE book to have Aug. 4 1999
By A Customer
This book is an amazing reference! It discusses topics and ideas not covered anywhere else. Plus, it emphasizes issues related to porting from the desktop to CE and some related common mistakes in that area. There's even a great index with code samples for every CE-API function.
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1.0 out of 5 stars I wish I could give it less July 17 1999
By A Customer
This book was such a waste of money... What the back of the book says it will tell you about it only briefly mentions them... There are a lot of better books out there, and this one just happens to be not it.
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I found the book to be a great resource for answering some questions that I could not find the answers to anywhere else. I'm porting an existing program from NT/98 to Windows CE and found The Windows CE Developer's Handbook had the most examples and tips for porting out of any of the Windows CE books I've looked at. It saved me a lot of time that I would have spent finding out these issues on my own.
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