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Introduction to Windows Programming

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Course No: 90.280; Last Offered: No Data;

Course Description

This course lays the theoretical groundwork upon which practical Windows applications are built for the 32 bit environment (Windows 95/Windows NT/Windows 98/Windows 2000/Windows ME). Students will explore the major topics involved in mainstream Windows programming. Starting with a simple starter program to act as a framework, students will delve into painting with text, keyboard and mouse input, the timer, child window controls, memory management, resources, menus and accelerators, dialog boxes, GDI and graphics, bitmaps, and fonts. After completing the course, students will be able to design and write useful, technically sound Windows applications and understand the theoretical underpinnings of Windows programming.

Prerequisites & Notes

  • Prerequisites: INFO.2670.
  • Special Notes:
  • Credits: 3;

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