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Thread: MSDN Library: where's the function definitions?




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    Does the online MSDN Library document all the functions for each header file in the standard library? I don't see it; all I see are the header file description, but none of the functions and their implementation. The library is so confusing.

    I like the Java's Library; it's more organized and easy to browse through. It also includes description and implementation of all the methods available.

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    Hmmm... can't say I've had too much to do with MSDN, but from what I've heard, you can probably find better resources on the web anyway :).

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    i use MSDN and its had everything i've ever needed, i would guess it does have the functions in it but i dunno bout the online one, i use the subscription one. i'll check for ya when i am home next
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    I still don't see the list of all functions under each header. Microsoft really should look at Sun's Java documentation. It's so much more efficient.

    Would there be any difference between C++ .Net and C++ version 6?

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