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Musfsdfsdf wrote:
since now most application are always devoloped using C#/VB.Net


Laugh | :laugh:

(Back to reality...)
It's never a good time to learn MFC. Microsoft likes to introduce a great library and then deprecate it. They will abandon .NET soon enough so don't worry.

Learning C++ is not for anyone who considers VB or VB.NET a "swell language" but for those that embrace C#, you can adapt but users of higher level libraries almost always have trouble understanding "why" we do it this way. A small (OK somewhat larger than small) proportion of us "accidently" embraced MFC some years back since it was easier to use than raw Win32 and now we find that addictions are hard to break. We are the unfortunate ones. Oddly enough, some of us still use it for our development but I would not recommend going down that road since Microsoft has taken every measure to bury it and I can say that I feel that pain. Most now say to learn Win32 since pointers are about the only thing that has changed in 64-bit programming so Win32 is alive and well for some time to come. Steer clear of MFC if possible.

Not sure if that helps.
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