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Programming the Windows 95 User Interface:
The user interface of Windows 95 is an improvement over earlier versions of Windows, and this authoritative book explains how to take advantage of Macintosh-like features such as drag and drop, short cuts, long file names, and uniform common dialog boxes in developing Windows 95 applications. Includes many sample programs, and a CD-ROM containing C and C++ code using classes built into the Microsoft Foundation Class Library. Note that the CD-ROM requires Visual C++ 2.1, Windows 95, and the Win32 Software Development Kit. Intended for intermediate to advanced programmers. [via]