6 edition of Real-world programming for OS/2 2.1 found in the catalog.
|Statement||Derrel Blain, Kurt Delimon, Jeff English ; [foreword by Dick Conklin].|
|Contributions||Delimon, Kurt., English, Jeff.|
|LC Classifications||QA76.76.O63 B58 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 868 p. :|
|Number of Pages||868|
|LC Control Number||92082105|
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Covers essential but little-known areas of programming for OS/2. The book is aimed at intermediate to advanced programmers who want to maximize their use of the most recent of IBM's powerful OS/2. Review by Carsten Whimster. Introduction. The Codesmith Library column is a new monthly column which will focus on development oriented books and material.
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Example C code and compiled samples from the diskette supplied with the book "Real World Programming for OS/2 " by Derrel R. Blain, Kurt R. Delimon and Jeff English. This is the code for the original book.
This text contains tips and techniques for confronting real world programming challenges. It covers little known areas of programming for OS/2 and provides up-to-date information on the latest Read more.
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Blain Kurt R. Delimon William Jeffrey English: Sams ISBN Jeffrey Richter, Advanced Windows NT: The Developer's Guide to the Win32 Application Programming Interface. Redmond, WA: Microsoft Press, This book contains about pages that cover the NT threads API and its use.
It covers the API well, contains a good amount of. Power GUI Programming With VisualAge C++ ISBN 9 21 Hiroshi Tsuji Bob Love William Law Bruce Olson From the developers of the IBM Open Class Library, the most complete programming resource available for both Windows and OS/2 programmers.
It is interesting to note that Messrs. Delimon and English were co-authors of the well-known programming book Real-World Programming for OS/2 I unfortunately haven't managed to get my hands on any OS/2 wordprocessor from the era - maybe one day I will.
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Read more: Real World Programming for OS/2 Sunday, 11 March, Example C code and compiled samples from the diskette supplied with the book "Real World Programming for OS/2 " by Derrel R. Blain, Kurt R. Delimon and Jeff English. Real-World Programming for OS/2 Derrel R.
Blain, Kurt R. Delimon, Jeff English. Sams Publishing/Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN This book contains about 50 pages that cover the OS/2 threads API and its usage. It covers the API well, contains one nice example but very little theory.
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IBM offers classes worldwide to help in using and programming OS/2 ; phone your local IBM branch office (or the OS/2 Hotline) for more information. Or contact one of these third party providers of classes training materials: Company Telephone. o OS/2 Instant Reference Book, Sybex.
o The OS/2 User's Bible, Abacus. o OS/2 Power User's Guide, Van Nostrand Reinhold. o Real-World Programming for OS/2, Sams. o Learn OS/2 in a Day, Wordware Publishing.
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OS/2 and The Early Years I used a sample program from Charles Petzold's book Programming The OS/2 Presentation Manager as a basis (this book was written for OS/2actually before was released) and then considerably extended it (primarily to allow hot key activation and saving of the captured bitmaps).
I must say that next.Manager (PM) came about with OS/2 in October PM was originally supposed to be a protected-mode version of Windows, but the graphical API was To illustrate the various techniques of Windows programming, this book has lots.Introduction This is the chapter web page to support the content in Chapter 3 of the book: Exploring Raspberry Pi - Interfacing to the Real World with Embedded Linux.
The summary introduction to the chapter is as follows: This chapter exposes you to the core concepts, commands, and tools required to effectively manage the Raspberry Pi embedded Linux.