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Programming Windows® Embedded CE 6.0 Developer Reference, 4th Edition by Douglas Boling

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Chapter 1. Hello Windows CE

Since the classic The C Programming Language, programming books traditionally start with a "hello, world” program. It’s a logical place to begin. Every program has a basic underlying structure that, when not obscured by some complex task it was designed to perform, can be analyzed to reveal the foundation shared by all programs running on its operating system.

In this programming book, the “hello, world” chapter covers the details of setting up and using the programming environment. The environment for developing Microsoft Windows CE applications is somewhat different from that for developing standard Microsoft Windows applications because Windows CE programs are written on PCs running Microsoft Windows XP or Windows ...

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