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eBook Power GUI Programming with Visual Age for C++ ePub

by Hiroshi Tsuji,Bob Love,William Law,Bruce Olson

  • ISBN: 0471164828
  • Category: Programming
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: Hiroshi Tsuji,Bob Love,William Law,Bruce Olson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wiley (December 30, 1996)
  • Pages: 800
  • ePub book: 1973 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1512 kb
  • Other: mbr doc mbr lit
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 692

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9 78071 164 21. William Law. Bruce Olson. Destined to become the VisualAge for C++ bible for programmers and developers, this invaluable book/CD-ROM set clearly describes how to use Open Class Library to develop applications with modern graphical user interfaces. You'll get the kind of practical, detailed information that could only come from the hands-on experience of the developers of the IBM Open Class Library.

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Chicago Bulls legend Bob Love was a great basketball player, but his story goes well beyond the court. Power GUI programming with VisualAge for C. Hiroshi Tsuji, Bob Love, Bruce Olson, William R. Law. It's story about the rise and fall of a man who became a dishwasher after an injury cut shor. More). 1997. Partial table of contents: Object-Oriented User Interface Fundamentals.

by Kevin Leong, William Law, Bob Love, Hiroshi Tsuji, Bruce Olson. ISBN 9780471131175 (978-0-471-13117-5) Softcover, Wiley, 1994. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. The Velveteen Rabbit: A Musical Play. by Barnes Boffey, Paul Pilcher, Bob Love, Margery Williams. ISBN 9780871293855 (978-0-87129-385-5) Softcover, The Dramatic Publishing Company, 1974.

President of Solution Frameworks. Kevin Leong,‎ William Law,‎ Bob Love,‎ Hiroshi Tsuji,‎ Bruce Olson: OS/2 C++ Class Library: Power GUI Programming with C Set++ - Wiley 1994, ISBN 0-471-13117-2. Hiroshi Tsuji, Bob Love, William Law, Bruce Olson: Power GUI Programming with VisualAge for C++ - Wiley 1996, ISBN 0-471-16482-8. Solution Frameworks (archived). Bill Law's Home Away From Home (archived).

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William A. Law; Bob Love; Bruce Olson; Hiroshi Tsuji; Kevin Leong: OS/2 C++ Class Library: Power GUI Programming with C Set ++ - Wiley 1995, ISBN 0-472-01795-2. Law&oldid 31821".

From the developers of the IBM Open Class Library, the most complete programming resource available for both Windows and OS/2 programmers Destined to become the VisualAge for C++ bible for programmers and developers, this invaluable book/CD-ROM set clearly describes how to use Open Class Library to develop applications with modern graphical user interfaces. You'll get the kind of practical, detailed information that could only come from the hands-on experience of the developers of the IBM Open Class Library. You'll discover how to produce better applications more quickly and easily with less code. The CD-ROM includes: * 140 example programs using VisualAge for C++ * VisualAge for C++ trial copy This valuable guide: * Explains how to build programs that run on Windows and OS/2 with little change to your source code * Describes advanced control, including container, notebook, and tool bar * Discusses enabling your application for Direct Manipulation * Explains how to use separate threads of execution to maintain a responsive user interface * Covers using Dynamic Data Exchange to communicate between applications * Shows how to use the advanced layout or canvas classes to build views that automatically adjust to changes in font, national language, or display resolution * Includes debugging techniques, performance tuning guidelines, and potential pitfalls to avoid

Comments

Dangerous Dangerous
This is one of the worst book I've ever read in my life ! The author fails to explain the details of the algorithm, spends too much time on irrelevant issues. Apparetly, he doesn't really care to teach anything to anybody or he doesn't know the subject well. If you want to waste your money, this is the book to get it !
hulk hulk
I have never read this book I just wanted to be the first one to review it. Now I am. Ha Ha Ha!
Goktilar Goktilar
There are very few books on programming with IBMs Open Class Library (OCL), but this one is absolutely superb. It cover every major class in detail and how to use it along with excellent examples. It also covers cross-platform issues (OS/2 and Win32) which the OCL was designed to solve.
If you do any programming at all with the OCL, especially GUI programming, then this book must be at your side at all times. The OCL docs are shallow and sometimes flat out wrong. This book shines a light into an otherwise dark area.
The one drawback of this book is that it is a bit dated now as it covers VisualAge for C++ 3.0 (0S/2) and 3.5 (Win32) instead of the more recent 4.0 (maybe a new edition is in the future? Hint, hint to the authors!) Also, this book was written before most of the fixpaks were released, so some of the information in it is now wrong (e.g. OS/2 now supports the four template handler classes as of fixpak 7).
Mr.Twister Mr.Twister
Some of those other reviews are completely off base. This is a great book, albeit targetting a very narrow, and arguably irrelevant, subject matter.
Munigrinn Munigrinn
This is one of the worst book I've ever read in my life ! The author fails to explain the details of the algorithm, spends too much time on irrelevant issues. Apparetly, he doesn't really care to teach anything to anybody or he doesn't know the subject well. If you want to waste your money, this is the book to get it !