OS/23 Warp Control Program API

OS/23 Warp Control Program API

by Marc Stock
     
 

The programmer's dream—OS/2(r) Warp(r) API functions organized for the way you work

Are you fed up with searching back and forth through huge, clumsy manuals every time you want to look up a few OS/2 Warp API 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 control program

Overview

The programmer's dream—OS/2(r) Warp(r) API functions organized for the way you work

Are you fed up with searching back and forth through huge, clumsy manuals every time you want to look up a few OS/2 Warp API 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 control program information you use on a daily basis. Functions are organized in the order you use them to create and customize applications; all the information is concise and complete; 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:

  • API arranged by subject matter rather than alphabetically
  • Concise reviews of each topic or concept
  • Listings of system resources and system limits required for every function
  • Special graphic features that emphasize the most important information
  • Previously undocumented features of the OS/2 control program API not available in any other book

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

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780471038870
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
04/01/1995
Pages:
376
Product dimensions:
7.56(w) x 9.17(h) x 0.83(d)

Meet the Author

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

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