Visual C++

Microsoft Visual C++ (often abbreviated as MSVC or VC++) is a commercial (free version available), integrated development environment (IDE) product from Microsoft for the C, C++, and C++/CLI programming languages. It features tools for developing and debugging C++ code, especially code written for the Microsoft Windows API, the DirectX API, and the Microsoft .NET Framework. Many applications require redistributable Visual C++ packages to function correctly. These packages are often installed independently of applications, allowing multiple applications to make use of the package while only having to install it once. These Visual C++ redistributable and runtime packages are mostly installed for standard libraries that many applications use. (wikipedia)

References in zbMATH (referenced in 81 articles , 4 standard articles )

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  1. Zhang, Dakun; Wang, Guangxing: Construction of three-dimensional model of Platonic solid coloring mode based on group theory (2004)
  2. Goll, Joachim; Bröckl, Ulrich; Dausmann, Manfred: C as the first programming language. From the newcomer to the professional. With CD-ROM. (2003)
  3. Liu, Xiyu; Tang, Mingxi; Frazer, John Hamilton: Shape reconstruction by genetic algorithms and artificial neural networks (2003)
  4. Pappas, Chris H.; Murray, William H. III: Visual C++ .NET. Un-packed (2003)
  5. Cheng, L. Z.; Wang, Z.; Zhang, Z. H.: Fast unified computation of the multi-dimensional discrete sinusoidal transforms (2002)
  6. Gorodetski, Vladimir; Karsayev, Oleg; Kotenko, Igor; Khabalov, Alexey: Software development kit for multi-agent systems design and implementation (2002)
  7. Peeva, K.; Manoilov, P.; Delijska, B.: Computer code for fuzzy matrix operations (2002)
  8. Rossel Jahuira, Carlos Alberto: Hybrid genetic algorithm with exact techniques applied to TSP (2002)
  9. Sklyarov, V.: Hardware/software modeling of FPGA-based systems (2002)
  10. Vanhoucke, M.; Demeulemeester, E.; Herroelen, W.: Discrete time cost trade-offs in project scheduling with time-switch constraints (2002)
  11. Hura, Gurdeep S.; Srikanthan, T.; Yong, Chia Cher: Network simulation environment (NSE): A generic framework for network graphs (2001)
  12. Levy, G. F.: Numeric ActiveX components (2001)
  13. Park, Jong Sou; Lee, Jang-Se; Kim, Hwan Kuk; Jeong, Jeong-Rye; Yeom, Dong-Bok; Chi, Sung-Do: SECUSIM: A tool for the cyber-attack simulation (2001)
  14. Vanhoucke, Mario; Demeulemeester, Erik; Herroelen, Willy: An exact procedure for the resource-constrained weighted earliness-tardiness project scheduling problem (2001)
  15. Vanhoucke, Mario; Demeulemeester, Erik; Herroelen, Willy: On maximizing the net present value of a project under renewable resource constraints (2001)
  16. Vanhoucke, M.; Demeulemeester, E.; Herroelen, W.: Maximizing the net present value of a project with linear time-dependent cash flows (2001)
  17. Chivers, Ian: Essential visual C++ 6.0 fast. An introduction to Windows programming using the Microsoft Foundation Class Library (2000) ioport
  18. Buchnev, Aleksey; Pyatkin, Valery; Salov, Gennadiy: Nonparametric statistical tests for the linear and circular structures detection in imagery (1999)
  19. Cowell, John: Essential visual J++ 6. 0 fast. How to develop Java applications and applets with Visual J++ (1999)
  20. Dalheimer, Matthias Kalle: Programming with Qt (1999)