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IBM OS/2 2.1 Presentation Manager Programming

Stefano Maruzzi

IBM OS/2 2.1 Presentation Manager Programming

by Stefano Maruzzi

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Published by Bantam Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Operating Systems - General,
  • Computers - Operating Systems,
  • Computer Bks - Operating Systems

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10633838M
    ISBN 100553372572
    ISBN 109780553372571

    IBM z/OS Mainframe Security and Audit Management Using the IBM Security zSecure Suite August International Technical Support Organization SG OS/2 is a series of computer operating systems, initially created by Microsoft and IBM under the leadership of IBM software designer Ed Iacobucci. As a result of a feud between the two companies over how to position OS/2 relative to Microsoft's new Windows operating environment, the two companies severed the relationship in and OS/2 development fell to IBM exclusively.

    IBM Redbooks content is developed and published by IBM Systems Worldwide Client Experience Center - IBM Redbooks, formerly known as the ITSO. We develop and deliver skills, technical know-how, and materials to IBM technical professionals, Business Partners, clients, and the marketplace in general. We work with IBM Divisions and Business Partners to develop a broad range of IBM Redbooks content. For serious OS/2 developers, this practical handbook explains how to develop systems with the bit OS/2 2.X operating system. The edition has been updated and .

    OS/2 is a series of computer operating systems, initially created by Microsoft and IBM, then later developed by IBM name stands for "Operating System/2", because it was introduced as part of the same generation change release as IBM's "Personal System/2 (PS/2)" line of second-generation personal first version of OS/2 was released in December and newer. Any history of Windows must also include a mention of OS/2, an alternative to DOS and Windows that was originally developed by Microsoft in collaboration with IBM. OS/2 (character-mode only) ran on the Intel (or later) microprocessors and was released in late The graphical Presentation Manager (PM) came about with OS/2 in.


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IBM OS/2 2.1 Presentation Manager Programming by Stefano Maruzzi Download PDF EPUB FB2

OS/2 is enabled to support cards (memory, hardfiles, and communications) complying with Levels 1, 2, and 3 of the PCMCIA specification. OS/2 also complies with the Advanced Power Management (APM) specification, which reduces a personal computer's consumption of power and extends the.

IBM, Presentation Manager Programming Guide IBM, Presentation Manager Programming References IBM, Red Book Volumes 1, 2, 3, and 4 IBM, REXX Reference IBM, REXX User's Guide IBM, SOM Reference IBM, The Developer Connection News: Volumes 1 - 6 IBM, Tools 2.x References for OS/ 2.x and OS/2 Warp IBM, Workplace Shell References John Wiley and Sons.

OS/2 is a series of computer operating systems, initially created by Microsoft and IBM under the leadership of IBM software designer Ed Iacobucci.

As a result of a feud between the two companies over how to position OS/2 relative to Microsoft's new Windows operating environment, the two companies severed the relationship in and OS/2 development fell to IBM per: IBM, Microsoft (–).

IBM had started work on OS/2 version probably aroundwhile Microsoft and IBM were working on OS/2 This coincided with Gordon Letwin's book, Inside OS/2 which had outlined the features for OS/2 written for computers.

The IBM OS/2 2.1 Presentation Manager Programming book architect for OS/2 was Michael S. Kogan, who also co-wrote the book The Design of OS/ A beta version was released sometime in November   CONTENTS OF THE IBM OS/2 ONLINE BOOK COLLECTION I IBM OS/2 Product Libraries i C Set ++ i Communications Manager/2 Version i IBM International Technical Support Center i LAN Server i LAN Server i Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 1 Network Transport Services/2 1 OS/2 1 OS/2 1 OS/2 Technical Library 1.

OS/2 Presentation Manager Programming. OS/2 Presentation Manager Programming is a very thorough introductory PM programming book. Many programmers have been clamouring for this book for a long time, knowing that the author covers his material very well, and writes very lucidly. Well, it is finally here, and these are the chapters: OS/2 and the.

The OS/2 API Project (also known as The OS/2 API Documentation Project) is an effort that aims to document all the OS/2 available APIs under an non-restrictive license that can allow derivative works. For contributors, please review the Introduction to the OS/2 API Documentation.

OS/2 Warp APIs. ,Operating System/2 (R) (OS/2 (R)) Standard Edition (SE) Version fulfills IBM's stated intent to deliver in OS/2 Standard Edition a 2MB OS/2 entry system and to further expand the range of OS/2 capable systems.

Operating System/2 Programming To. It's all about Presentation Manager (PM) programming in C. It covers the Window(ing) APIs in great detail. I found this the better book for me after reading Advanced OS/2 Presentation Manager Programming. Has good coverage of WinCreateWindow and it's parameters.

Code seems to follow good form, however, I preferred the form in the aformentioned 3/5(2). The IBM OS/2 Developer's Toolkit Version provides development support for new features in the OS/2 Warp Server for e-business operating system. PRESENTATION MANAGER PROGRAMMING REFERENCE This book provides the detailed descriptions for Winxxx and other functions of the OS/2 Presentation Manager.

For more than a century IBM has been dedicated to every client's success and to creating innovations that matter for the world. The permenent collection of the OS/2 Museum, West is intended to preserve and document the OS/2 operating system, its applications and its users. Applies to OS/2 ver CA: NW Office: Book: Developer: IBM: OS/2 Presentation Manager Programming Guide: the official guide, 1st edition, March BA: FL: Developer Books 1.

I used a sample program from Charles Petzold's book Programming The OS/2 Presentation Manager as a basis (this book was written for OS/2actually before was released) and then considerably extended it (primarily to allow hot key activation and saving of the captured bitmaps).

I must say that next to the Print Manager icon, which. The IBM® i Information Center offers Portable Document Format (PDF) files for viewing or printing the following topics. Users of the IBM i Information Center must first read and agree with the terms and conditions for downloading and printing publications.

If you are looking for a specific PDF that is not listed in the table, see the list of additional reference manuals. To link an application that was compiled with these header files, you must specify and on the link line: ilink /NOFREEFORMAT myprog,NULL, o Update to "Compiling an RPC API Application" Use these steps to compile and link an RPC API application using IBM VisualAge C++ for OS/2: 1.

The Presentation Manager itself underwent some changes internally and the API was slightly changed since OS/2but changes between and were negligible. Hence many applications later required either OS/2 orbut often wouldn't run on OS/2 is a series of computer operating systems, initially created by Microsoft and IBM under the leadership of IBM software designer Ed Iacobucci.

[2] As a result of a feud between the two companies over how to position OS/2 relative to Microsoft's new Windows operating environment, [3] the two companies severed the relationship in and OS/2 development fell to IBM exclusively. [4].

Many DOS-based C programmers are expanding their palette of programming skills to write programs for OS/2 Presentation Manager. Many others would do the same if. changes made to Adobe Type Manager under OS/2 This note will be removed in a future release of the OS/2 Frequently Asked Questions List after any necessary corrections have been made.) OS/2 comes with built-in Adobe Type Manager (ATM) for OS/2 and Win-OS/2.

A basic set of typefaces (Courier, Helvetica, and Times New. OS/2 The evolution of OS/2 started - well, a long time ago. Probably the most important point in OS/2 pre-history was the introduction of IBM Personal Computer (a complete lack of inventiveness when it comes to product naming, so typical for IBM) in.

Charles Petzold, Programming The OS/2 Presentation Manager, ISBN This book covers the basics of programming in C for the Presentation Manager, the bit graphical windowing environment included in OS/2 since version Requires OS/2.

: 6, /5/11 [].Find great deals on eBay for os/2 and ps2. Shop with confidence.Great question. I'm the founder of Team OS/2 and IBM's first OS/2 Evangelist, so I lived through the answer to your question for a decade. There's just no easy answer - it's like asking what makes any given startup a success or failure - but I'm h.