OS/2? Warp Presentation Manager API

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Wiley, Jun 6, 1995 - Computers - 480 pages
The Programmer's Dream— OS/2(r) Warp Presentation Manager API functions organized for the way you work

Tired of searching back and forth through clumsy manuals every time you want to look up a few OS/2 API functions? Well, relax, your life is about to get a lot easier.

This practical, easy-to-use reference provides fast, intuitive access to the information you need. It's structured to make your work flow more smoothly by organizing the functions you use most often in the order you use them.

Everything you need to customize and create applications is right there, concise and complete, with bullets and bold type to draw your attention to the most important information first. Your manual-juggling days are over!

  • PM APIs placed in logical groups with brief descriptions of each concept before each grouping
  • Quick cross-referencing of all material by page number
  • Handy appendix with alphabetical list of function calls
  • Information on undocumented features currently available only by word of mouth This book and its companion volumes, OS/2 Warp Control Program API, and OS/2 Warp Workplace Shell API offer such fast and easy access to every major OS/2 Application Programming Interface, you'll wonder how you ever got along without them.

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About the author (1995)

JOEL BARNUM is president and co-founder of Descriptor Systems, which provides training, consulting, and programming for OS/2 and Microsoft Windows. He can be reached at jbarnum@ins.infonet.net.

MARC STOCK is a programmer/analyst with Keane, Inc. He specializes in designing and writing OS/2 applications.

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