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Using views effectively without the doc/view overhead

, 14 Nov 2003
An article on making the MFC framework do the work for you when creating views based on CView or its derivatives.

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Antti Keskinen
Software Developer (Senior) Cybercom Finland Oy
Finland Finland
I live in the Frozen North, in Finland. Although the opportunities for good jobs or sunny days are scarce here, I still like it here. But at some point I'll move abroad.. Oh, and yes, there ARE polar bears in here Smile | :)
 
I graduated as a B.Sc in Computer Science in 2006, and currently I'm employed by Cybercom Finland Oy, a world-wide software house. I mainly develop Windows Desktop software using Qt, .Net Framework and other relevant technologies.
 
When I'm not knee-depth in the code, I play computer games, Go or go to the gym. I love music, in all it's forms, and dancing is close to my heart. Or then I spend time with my friends. I like friends. You can never have enough of them Smile | :)
 
I'm a keen player of games. Simulations and RPG are the key words. Old-time games such as Mega Man are good as well, not forgetting the block-buster hits either.

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