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The Object Interface library (OI) is fast becoming known as the most versatile C++ toolkit for the X Window System in use today. It simplifies the development of Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) and allows you to build an application which will run in either the Motif or OPEN LOOK interface model. It supports full C++ subclassing while still maintaining model independence and allows callbacks to C++ member functions as well as C functions. Users have found that OI ensures rapid initial prototyping and development, while enabling convenient and cost-effective long-term software maintenance. As one new user put it, "One week into the project, and we are already one month ahead of schedule." OI has been shipping as an imbedded part of applications since 1989. Current applications range from programs used by traders on the New York Stock Exchange to software design and debugging tools.
This book will teach you how to program using the OI library and serves as a useful reference guide. It is arranged in a logical teaching order, leading you from familiar concepts to the more complex. Function indexes for each class of objects allow you to quickly find what you need.
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Provides a summary of background material on C++, X-Windows and object-oriented programming, then gives a detailed description on how to write programs (or develop applications) using the objects provided by the OI Library, the Object-Interface (OI) Library or a C++ based toolkit for the X-Window System. It provides a single interface which allows users to write programs which conforms to both MOTIF and OPENLOCK.
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Book Description Prentice-Hall. Condition: New. pp. 500. Seller Inventory # 4690633
Book Description Prentice Hall, 1994. Paperback. Condition: New. 2 Sub. Seller Inventory # DADAX0131202480