Danny Goodman's AppleScript Handbook

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Random House Electronic Pub., 1994 - Computers - 554 pages
This complete book/disk package shows the reader how to customize and extend the capabilities of any Macintosh computer--no programming experience needed! This enhanced and expanded edition focuses on putting AppleScript to work in all sorts of practical situations. Goodman also shows how to apply the same principles to other popular scripting systems. Disk contains utilities and ready-to-use scripts.

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Contents

THE MANY FLAVORS OF APPLESCRIPT
3
HOW TO LEARN APPLESCRIPT
9
YOUR FIRST APPLESCRIPT SCRIPT
15
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About the author (1994)

Danny Goodman is author of more than two dozen books on computing and internet technologies including The Complete HyperCard Handbook which claimed honors as the best selling Macintosh book and fastest selling computer book in history. His articles on computing and consumer electronics have appeared in some of the most prestigious general audience publications including Playboy and Science Digest.

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