The Comprehensive Guide to Lingo: A Comprehensive Guide

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Readers will learn how to add the same functionality seen in the best multimedia CD-ROM and computer applications. Covers Lingo commands that allow users to send and receive data over the Internet. Topics covered include: Beginning Lingo, advanced h Comprised of four main sections: beginning, intermediate, advanced, and reference (for all Lingo commands). Features a problem-solving section and includes examples throughout. Nonprogrammers and newbies can use the beginners' section to learn the basics, progress to ...
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Overview

Readers will learn how to add the same functionality seen in the best multimedia CD-ROM and computer applications. Covers Lingo commands that allow users to send and receive data over the Internet. Topics covered include: Beginning Lingo, advanced h Comprised of four main sections: beginning, intermediate, advanced, and reference (for all Lingo commands). Features a problem-solving section and includes examples throughout. Nonprogrammers and newbies can use the beginners' section to learn the basics, progress to the intermediate section to learn tricks and techniques, then proceed to the advanced section which explains how to integrate complex functionality into Dir Features demo movies of all scripts in the book. Provides a searchable database of problems and solutions.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781566044639
  • Publisher: Ventana Communications Group, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/9/1996
  • Edition number: 11
  • Pages: 700
  • Product dimensions: 7.45 (w) x 9.28 (h) x 1.67 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
1 How to Make the Most of This Book 1
2 Combining Lingo & Director 9
3 Frame Scripts 31
4 Buttons 45
5 Animation 67
6 Games 95
7 Special Effects 115
8 Multimedia 137
9 Text 153
10 Beginner's Workbook Review 165
11 Computer Programming & Lingo 173
12 Advanced Hypertext 189
13 Advanced Button Input 201
14 Text Input 227
15 Lists 237
16 File Input & Output 259
17 The User Interface: Menu Bars, Cursors & Timeouts 275
18 Drawing With Trails 289
19 Lingo & Math 299
20 More Special Effects 317
21 System Variables 329
22 Memory Management 337
23 Debugging 345
24 Scrolling Areas 355
25 Complex Games 371
26 Sorting & Finding: Recursion 403
27 Movies in a Window 413
28 Pop-Up Menus 429
29 Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) 437
30 Media Control 453
31 Building Tools 465
32 Beyond Lingo: Xtras & Xobjects 473
33 Tying It All Together 487
34 Introduction to Shockwave 503
35 Shockwave Lingo 509
36 Shockwave Techniques 515
Lingo Reference 521
App. A About the Online Companion 731
App. B About the Companion CD-ROM 733
App. C Tables & Charts 735
App. D New Lingo in Director 5 741
App. E Keyboard & Mouse Shortcuts 747
App. F Lingo by Subject 753
App. G Problem-Solving Guide 759
App. H A List of Director Resources on the World Wide Web 763
Index 769
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