[c++] Concepts of multiple header/source files
Date: Wed, 07 Jan 2004 00:30:43 GMT
Just learning c++ here and am ready to start delving into the construction
of larger applications which require the separation of gui and logic.
Can anyone suggest any books and/or online resources that specifically deal
with the concept of the header/source combinations and the tying together of
these multiple combinations to form an application?
FWIW, my platform is W2K, Borland compiler, wxWindows 2.4. I've done quite a
bit of "googling" on this, but just can't seem to find anything that goes
into any real depth.
Thanks in advance for your help,
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