Inside Macintosh: Overview
Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1992 - Computers - 251 pages
This is the first book that people who are unfamiliar with Macintosh technology should read. It gives an overview of Macintosh programming fundamentals and a roadmap to the New Inside Macintosh library. This book also covers various programming tools and languages, compatibility guidelines, and an overview of considerations for worldwide software development.
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