The art of OS/2 Warp programming

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Wiley, Sep 29, 1995 - Computers - 751 pages
System development was never easier. Your total hands-on guide to programming OS/2 Warp... For serious OS/2 developers only! Here is a complete, A-to-Z guide to programming OS/2 Warp. Three leading IBM insiders provide step-by-step guidelines and a gold mine of programming tips and tricks that make developing in Warp's 32-bit OS/2 operating system easier than ever. Using dozens of helpful working example programs in C, the authors explore all the ins and outs of working with the base system, as well as programming using Presentation Manager. And throughout, they've peppered the text with special "gotcha" icons that alert you to common programming mistakes to avoid and tips on how to fix them once they've been made. Some of the crucial topics covered in this hands-on guide include: GUI design and development Memory management File I/O and extended attributes Multitasking Interprocess communication And much more DISK INCLUDES More than 50 working programs

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About the author (1995)

KATHLEEN PANOV is a consultant to IBM specializing in OS/2.

LARRY SALOMON, Jr., is the President of IQ Pac, Inc. An internationally known OS/2 guru, he publishes an extremely popular on-line OS/2 newsletter.

ARTHUR PANOV works for IBM on OS/2.

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