One really good book, May 13, 2002
Reviewer: "paulw252" (Houston, TX USA)
This is a really good book. I am on my second copy. This first one walked off. I have been a programmer for over 10 years and though I don't alway use Microsoft C, I still refer to this book often. It is well organized, very concise and contains all the details. I have yet to find a discrepancy. It has quick indexes inside the front and back covers. Front is alphabetical, back is by subject. I've used it so often that I have a lot of the page numbers memorized. Memcpy is on page 249. The only thing else I can recommend about this book is to keep a close eye on it.
Great reference, April 13, 2001
Reviewer: B. D Falk "eoi" (Los Angeles, CA USA)
This do-it-all reference to the more than 500 Microsoft C library functions provides you with the information necessary for excellent programming results. It contains real-world examples for every routine. Each library routine is categorized by function and each section is preceded by interactive tutorials so that you can learn C code quickly. Plus, a unique compatibility box approach shows the portability with other versions of C and popular operating systems. Just follow the expert advice one step at a time and you'll write more organized, complete, and powerful C programs.