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by William A. Parrette

Download Motif Programming in the X Window System Environment (The Unix/C) ePub
  • ISBN 0070317224
  • ISBN13 978-0070317222
  • Language English
  • Author William A. Parrette
  • Publisher McGraw-Hill (August 1, 1992)
  • Pages 466
  • Formats azw mbr lit lrf
  • Category Technology
  • Subcategory Programming
  • Size ePub 1397 kb
  • Size Fb2 1756 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
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This step-by-step self-study guide combines the popular technologies of the X Window System and the OSF Motif toolkit to help you write powerful graphical user interface (GUI) programs for the UNIX operating system. For experienced UNIX/C programmers, this book covers all aspects of X Windows and Motif, including: the advantages and disadvantages of a window system; event-driven programming; X functions required for a widget-based program; motif functions needed to create and work with the motif widget set; motif widgets along with X event concepts, X colour concepts, and X graphics concepts; and much more. Completely up-to-date through Release 1.1, each chapter in the guide builds on the concepts and facilities presented in previous chapters, allowing programmers to learn, step by step, the techniques and tools needed to program with the Window X system - a popular window system for workstations and PCs sharing their networks.

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This programmer's reference manual provides reference information for the Motif commands and functions in UNIX-style . OPEN LOOK Programming.

This programmer's reference manual provides reference information for the Motif commands and functions in UNIX-style manual pages. Motif . - Programmer's Guide from The Open Group (ww. pengroup. An OPEN LOOK at Unix: A Developer's Guide to X. John David Miller, M&T Books, 1990.

Motif Programming: The Essentials-and More, Marshall Brain, Digital Press, 1992. Motif Reference Manual, Paula Ferguson, O'Reilly & Associates, 1992

Motif Programming: The Essentials-and More, Marshall Brain, Digital Press, 1992. Motif Programming Manual, Dan Heller, O'Reilly & Associates, 1992. Motif Reference Manual, Paula Ferguson, O'Reilly & Associates, 1992.

Describes the Motif Application Environment Specification. Programmer's Supplement for Release 5 of the X Window System, Version 11, David Flanagan, O'Reilly & Associates, In. 1991. Information on these specifications can also be found in the Motif . - Programmer's Reference. CDE . /Motif . User's Guide from The Open Group (ww. This guide describes the basic features of both the Motif user environment and the Common Desktop Environment. X Toolkit Intrinsics Programming Manual, Adrian Nye and Tim O'Reilly, O'Reilly & Associates, In. 1990.

William A. Parrette has written: 'UNIX for application developers' - subject(s): UNIX (Computer file) 'Motif Programming in the X Window System . Parrette has written: 'UNIX for application developers' - subject(s): UNIX (Computer file) 'Motif Programming in the X Window System Environment'.

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The book targets Unix or non-Unix users seeking background, Unix system users, and Unix system administrators .

The book targets Unix or non-Unix users seeking background, Unix system users, and Unix system administrators (background and administrator instructions). In the process, it discusses many aspects of creating a large application program including user interface, speed/memory/I/O tradeoffs, and many other considerations.