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Addresses object-oriented programming (OOP) in the framework of OS/2, beginning with a guide to basic OOP principles of object definition and function, and progressing to sophisticated OOP concepts such as class, inheritance, initializers, and destructors. Covers controlling and manipulating graphics and working with ObjectPM architecture and OVTT methodology. Most examples are written in C with SOM, and the accompanying disk contains examples in reusable C++ code. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780442017385
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 7/1/1994
  • Series: VNR Computer Library
  • Pages: 512

Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Sect. I Basics 1
1 Basic Objects 3
2 An OS/2 Overview 15
3 Presentation Manager 32
4 Object-Oriented Programming using C++ 48
5 Object-Oriented Programming using SOM 72
6 Using the SOM API 88
7 A Guided Tour through the SOM API 109
8 The Workplace Shell 125
Sect. II Samples 135
9 SOM Examples 137
10 SOM Attributes and Overrides 145
11 The SOM Metaclass 153
12 SOM Multiple Inheritance 163
13 Taming PM with OOP 178
14 PMApp Divided into Classes 191
15 Graphics: Boxes on your Client 203
16 Wrapping PM Controls 222
17 A Piano of PushButtons 234
18 Let's Wrap! 261
19 A File System Example 292
20 IPC with Semaphores 311
Sect. III Experts 322
21 ObjectPM: A Consultant's View 324
22 A Practical Methodology for OOUI Design 375
Sect. IV Som 2.1 399
23 Constructors and Destructors in SOM 401
24 Metaclass Programming in SOM 417
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