About the Author Arthur Griffith has been programming computers for twenty-five years. He has several years of experience in graphics programming, including X11 and motif. His broad background includes oil and gas monitoring, satellite communications, insurance company databases, real-time controls, and hardware diagnostic systems. He specializes in writing computer language interpreters and compilers and has implemented several special-purpose languages. Among the books he has written are Java Master Reference and COBOL For Dummies. He is also the co-author of Peter Norton's Complete Guide to Linux. Arthur now lives in Homer, Alaska, and is a full-time writer and teacher. You can contact him at email@example.com.
KDE/QT Programming Bibleby Arthur Griffith
This all-in-one tutorial and reference shows beginning to advanced Linux programmers how to build graphical user interfaces for desktop applications that will run in the Windows-like K desktop environment (KDE). Expert author Arthur Griffith covers everything from simple windows and menus to dialog boxes and other advanced widgets. The CD-ROM contains the latest version of KDE.
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