Some (potential) readers have asked me to post the complete table of contents for my new Windows via C/C++ book. Here it is:

Part I Required Reading
 1 Error Handling
 2 Working with Characters and Strings
 3 Kernel Objects

Part II Getting Work Done
 4 Processes
 5 Jobs
 6 Thread Basics
 7 Thread Scheduling, Priorities, and Affinities
 8 Thread Synchronization in User Mode
 9 Thread Synchronization with Kernel Objects
 10 Synchronous and Asynchronous Device I/O
 11 The Windows Thread Pool
 12 Fibers

Part III Memory Management
 13 Windows Memory Architecture
 14 Exploring Virtual Memory
 15 Using Virtual Memory in Your Own Applications
 16 A Thread’s Stack
 17 Memory-Mapped Files
 18 Heaps

Part IV Dynamic-Link Libraries
 19 DLL Basics
 20 DLL Advanced Techniques
 21 Thread-Local Storage
 22 DLL Injection and API Hooking

Part V Structured Exception Handling
 23 Termination Handlers
 24 Exception Handlers and Software Exceptions
 25 Unhandled Exceptions, Vectored Exception Handling, and C++ Exceptions
 26 Error Reporting and Application Recovery

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p align=”left”>Part VI Appendixes
 A The Build Environment
 B Message Crackers, Child Control Macros, and API Macros