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#1
[Originally posted by tom_zhang]

I just bought this book. On Page 2, there is a statement: .Net makes many
Windows technologies and techniques obsolete. I would like to know if MFC is
one of them? What is the relationship between Windows Forms classes and MFC?
Are they are replacement of MFC?
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#2
Re: what technologies will be obsolete?
[Originally posted by fgrimes]

Hi Tom,

Thanks for buying the book. I hope you enjoy it.

>> What is the relationship between Windows Forms classes and MFC?

None, as far as I know. I expect C#/Windows Forms will gradually displace
VC++/MFC.

Regards,
Fergal