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Hi, I'm new to Windows programming. I would like to create a simple program to get a users name, store it and then display it using an SDI or MDI MFC app in VS2010 C++. I think once I get the basics of controlling Windows down then I can take off. I HOPE :-)

I have searched MSDN and other web sites trying to find a MFC example that would show me exactly what to do. I want to create a class, for example, class Person with Name, Phone, Email, etc...as members then populate the members, store them in a document and display them on the screen. I just need some help putting my code in the right places. I can do all of this with C++, C#, Basic, VB, COBOL, but when I create a MFC project in Windows using VS2010 I get lost in all the Windows verbage. I guess what I'm asking is, what do I need in the ProgramDoc.cpp, ProgramView.cpp and header files? Sorry in advance for being ignorant and long winded.
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 22-May-11 23:58pm    
Where is your question? Do you have an idea of the help you're hoping to get?
--SA
Legor 23-May-11 8:45am    
There are PLENTY of very good tutorials in the internet. For VS Programming especially on the MSDN.
Did you tried some of these?

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If you have a copy of the purchased version of Visual Studio you can easily create a fully functional MFC program from the new project wizard. There are also many samples to be found on the MSDN[^] web site.
 
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