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Hierarchy charts for Visual Studio 2005?

Hierarchy charts for Visual Studio 2005?

Hierarchy charts for Visual Studio 2005?

(OP)
I am moving from VC++6 to Visual Studio 2005. I have bought a few books to help me with the transition.
I see things (methods?) like StringBuilder, Append, Convert, Environment::NewLine and so forth in the examples in the books and can find info on them in the help files. But so far I have been unable to find a list of all methods.

There must be some way to see all of them - sort of like the old hierarchy charts for MFC.
Where can something like that be found?

RE: Hierarchy charts for Visual Studio 2005?

There is no hierarchy chart as such.  It is part of the .net framework.  In the help, look under .net framework SDK

From there, look at Documentation Map by Technology

For some reason, they've decided not to put everything in one page so you have to go through these layers.

RE: Hierarchy charts for Visual Studio 2005?

(OP)
Thanks xwb,
I will check it out. I have found a lot of info in the .net framework class library but it still requires some drilling don.

RE: Hierarchy charts for Visual Studio 2005?

You might be better off with VS2008.  It has .net framework 3.5, which, apparently is better than 2.0.  I don't use it a lot in C++: only in C#.

I prefer to leave C++ as it is: unmanaged and without a lot of built in security that I don't understand.  If I want all the security etc, I'll do it in C#.

Also be aware of the redistributables when you transfer the runtimes to another machine.  If you are building multithreaded, it should work.  If it is multithreaded DLL, you need to take the distributables and the manifest file with it.

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