Quickly acquire the confidence and skills you need to develop powerful OS/2(r) PM applications
Feel like you're ready to tackle OS/2 programming, but don't know where to begin? Not just another rehash of the OS/2 programming documentation, this unique, hands-on guide was designed to get you up and running in no time, with all the core knowledge and PM programming skills you need to build sophisticated OS/2 applications.
By combining clear step-by-step explanations with dozens of real-world examples and working programs, veteran PM programmer Michael Drapkin helps you to develop proficiency in all the APIs and key concepts you need to master Presentation Manager programming. Beginning with a detailed overview of PM programming, he carefully leads you through each stage of OS/2 application development, from using controls to debugging. Each chapter contains a working program exemplifying the subject under discussion, and each program is contained on the enclosed disk, so you can instantly use, modify, cut and paste, or build upon it in your own applications.
OS/2 Warp Presentation Manager Mentor supplies you with everything you need to become a fully competent OS/2 application developer quickly and with a minimum of hassles.
"I have continually looked for the OS/2 Presentation Manager programming book that gets it right. Until today, it didn't exist."
* -Scott Kliger
* Former Lead Developer
* OS/2 Presentation
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A programmer working with PM in a corporate setting presents the definitive guidebook/tutorial which can teach and serve as a reference for the OS/2 Presentation Manager (PM) developer. After introducing PM, Drapkin leads readers through the various programming stages for creating powerful PM applications. Numerous examples reflect exactly what type of applications a corporate programmer would face. Every chapter contains working programs that are available on the accompanying disk. These are not just sample source code but programs that readers can instantly use, modify, cut and paste, or build upon.About the Author:
MICHAEL DRAPKIN has been a professional programmer for over fifteen years. Currently, he is a project manager at one of America's leading Wall Street brokerage firms. Michael leads client/server development for network system administration and infrastructure worldwide. He has written many articles for OS/2 magazines.
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