5 edition of Osf/Motif Programmer"s Reference (Osf/Motif Series/Revision 1.0) found in the catalog.
Osf/Motif Programmer"s Reference (Osf/Motif Series/Revision 1.0)
Open Software Foundation
by Prentice Hall
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||600|
Guardian Programmer ’s Guide Part Number: Published: August Edition: L, and J and all subsequent L-series, and J-series RVUsFile Size: 6MB. Related Books For information on Motif, see: • OSF/Motif Programmer’s Guide, Release , by Open Software Foundation, 11 Cambridge Center, Cambridge, MA , published by PTR Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ • OSF/Motif Programmer’s Reference, Release , by Open Software.
You can purchase these books at your local bookstore. OSF Application Environment Specification (AES) User Environment Volume, Revision C, PTR Prentice Hall, Describes the Motif Application Environment Specification. Information on these specifications can also be found in the Motif - Programmer's Reference. Bean’s index to OSF/Motif documentation for application programmers Pdf , , , , Download Ebookee Alternative Excellent Tips For A Better Ebook Reading Experience.
Motif Programming Manual for OSF/Motif Release Dan Heller & Paula M. Ferguson: no: Network Security Essentials - Applications and Standards: William Stallings: no: 3rd edition: OSF/Motif Programmer's Reference: Open Software Foundation: no: OpenCL Programming Guide: Aaftab Munshi, Benedict R. Gaster, Timothy G. Mattson, James Fung & Dan. The documentation for each widget class in the OSF/Motif Programmer's Reference lists the data types to use when setting and retrieving values for resources. The user and application do not always have to supply data of the type documented. Motif has routines, called converters, that convert resource values from one data type to another.
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A complete reference manual that details all Motif commands and functions including, the toolkit, window manager and user interface language. The separate alphabetical listing of each command and function is a practical reference for programmers writing applications using the Motif : Paperback.
Osf/Motif Programmer's Reference (Osf/Motif Series/Revision ) Hardcover – March 1, by Open Software Foundation (Author)Author: Open Software Foundation. OSF/MOTIF Programmer's Guide Release (OSF/MOTIF Series), Revised and Updated [Open Software Foundation] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
OSF/MOTIF Programmer's Guide Release (OSF/MOTIF Series), Revised and UpdatedAuthor: Open Software Foundation. OSF/Motif programmer's reference revision (for OSF/Motif release ) by Open Software Foundation. Published by PTR Prentice Hall in Englewood Cliffs, N.J. Written in English.
From the Publisher: The Motif Reference Manual is a complete programmers reference for the Motif toolkit from the Open Software Foundation (OSF).
Motif has become the standard user interface for X Window System applications, and the Motif toolkit makes it easy for programmers to build applications that conform with the Motif look and feel. The Motif Reference Manual is a complete programmer's reference for the Motif toolkit from the Open Software Foundation (OSF).
Motif has become the standard user interface for X Window System applications, and the Osf/Motif Programmers Reference book toolkit makes it easy for programmers to build applications that conform with the Motif "look and feel.".
The Motif Programming Manual is a source for complete, accurate, and insightful guidance on Motif application programming. There is no other book that covers the ground as thoroughly or as well as this one. The book has been updated to Motifbut is still usable with Motif The Motif Programming Manual describes how to write applications using the Motif toolkit from the Open Software Foundation (OSF).Cited by: About this Book This book is a detailed introduction to programming with the OSF /MotifI'M graphical user interface.
It is an introduction in that it does not require the reader to have experience programming in the X Window environment. It is detailed in that it teaches you how to use the. Home Browse by Title Books OSF/Motif Style Guide: Revision (for OSF/Motif Release ) OSF/Motif Style Guide: Revision (for OSF/Motif Release ) September September • OSF/Motif Reference Manual, PTR Prentice Hall, Inc., • OSF/Motif Programmer’s Manual, PTR Prentice Hall, Inc., • OSF/Motif Style Guide, PTR Prentice Hall, Inc., What Typographic Changes and Symbols Mean The following table describes the type changes and symbols used in this book.
Table P-1 Typographic Conventions Typeface. The Motif Reference Manual is a complete programmer's reference for the Motif toolkit from the Open Software Foundation (OSF).
Motif has become the standard user interface for X Window System applications, and the Motif toolkit makes it easy for programmers to build applications that conform with the Motif "look and feel."Dan Heller's Motif Programming Manual has long been considered the most authoritative and insightful work on Motif Pages: Additional Physical Format: Online version: OSF/Motif programmer's reference, revision Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall, © (OCoLC) Open Software Foundation has 35 books on Goodreads with 25 ratings.
Open Software Foundation’s most popular book is OSF/MOTIF Programmer's Guide Release. Chapter 9 discusses how events could be trapped in message-driven environments such as Microsoft Windows NT and Java.
In addition, a major portion of the chapter is devoted to window layout management in Java as compared to OSF Motif. Chapter 10 discusses and demonstrates how to do client-server programming with sockets in both Java and by: 2.
3 The Motif Programming Model. Motif Edition, this chapter can be used as a refresher or a light introduction for those who haven't read the earlier book. It makes reference to Volume One, Xlib Programming Manual, and Volume Four to point out areas that the programmer needs to understand (windows, widgets, events, callbacks, resources.
A Practical Guide to X Window Programming is a basic guide that takes readers step by step through developing applications using X-Windows. The book covers the Xt Intrinsics portion of the X-Window system in detail and discusses the MIT Athena and OSF/Motif Widget Sets that are used in many of the by: 1.
The Motif Programming Manual is not only the most comprehensive guide to writing applications with Motif, it is an integral part of the most widely used series of books on X as a whole.
It complements and builds upon the earlier books in the X Window System Series from O'Reilly & Associates, as well as on OSF's own Motif Style Guide. Books on X and Motif. The following books are useful books on the X Window System and OSF/Motif.
Beginner/Intermediate. Berlage, Thomas, OSF/Motif: Concepts and Programming. Addison-Wesley, ISBN Jones, Oliver, Introduction to the X Window System. Prentice Hall, ISBN Rost, Randi J., X and Motif Quick.
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OSF/Motif comprises standards on two lcvcis: a style guide for the 'look and feel' and a programming interface for the Motif toolkit. Additionally, it provides a code base which can be licensed. The Motif toolkit only covers the most common part of the user interface functionality - more powerful imaging models and application frameworks arc Cited by: 1.
Code Examples and Tutorials. Listed alphabetically by author. All links are binary *.tar.Z unless noted otherwise. X11R6 contrib/book_examples (directory); Paul Asente and Ralph Swick's classic book, X Window System Toolkit Thomas Berlages's book.Summary: The book attempts to provide a programmer with an easy introduction to the OSF/Motif graphical user interface (GUI).
It is organized as a series of tutorials, each of which builds upon the previous. It starts at the level of "What is a Widget?", and builds to .OSF/Motif programmer's guide, revision (for OSF/Motif release ).
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