OS/2? Warp Workplace Shell API

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Wiley, May 8, 1995 - Computers - 433 pages
The programmer's dream—OS/2(r) Workplace Shell methods organized for the way you work

Are you fed up with searching back and forth through clumsy manuals every time you want to look up a sequence of OS/2 functions? Relax, your life is about to get a lot easier. This practical, easy-to-use reference provides quick access to all the OS/2 Workplace Shell information you need on a daily basis. Functions are organized to help you create and customize applications with concise and complete information, and graphic features such as targeted bolding and bulleting draw your attention to the most important information first. So don't waste valuable programming time with a book in your lap—use the reference that brings you:

  • Information arranged by topic
  • Concise reviews of each topic or concept that explain methods and how they fit together
  • Special graphic features that emphasize the most important information
  • In-depth information not documented in any other book

This book and its companion volumes, OS/2 Warp Control Program API and OS/2 Warp Presentation Manager API, offer such fast and easy access to every major OS/2 API, you'll wonder how you ever got along without them.

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Contents

Workplace Shell Overview
1
Object Manipulation
37
wpCreateFrom Template
40
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

MINDY POLLACK was an original member of the IBM Workplace Shell development team. She is now a developer with Wall Data, Inc.

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

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