|LC Classifications||QA76.76.W56 S93 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 424 p. :|
|Number of Pages||424|
|LC Control Number||92041711|
The how-to guide for creating computer games! Intermediate and advanced programmers learn how to use object-oriented programming to write computer games. -- Provides a quick overview of Windows programming with Borland C++ and OWL -- Includes a disk containing shareware Windows games as well as source code and executable versions of Spuzzle and. System requirements for computer disk (Guide to ObjectWindows library): IBM PC; Microsoft Windows ; Borland C++ or Contents: Companion disk includes programs for Borland C++ and Responsibility: Namir Clement Shammas. Books For OWL Programmers. Note: The following titles are "recommended" reading for Borland C++ and OWL programmers. The comments are not the views of OWL HOW and are all quotations from the original recommender. If you would like to extend an existing review, or add a review for a book not on this list, please use the contribution form. It was the first book (of any kind) I had to read in reverse order. I really enjoyed doing so, because this book is excellent from all standpoints: writing style, topics, design, and structure. This volume does not teach the reader how to use Windows, but improves the Windows programmer's experience.
The Object Windows Library (OWL) is a C++ object-oriented application framework designed to simplify desktop application development for Windows.. OWL was introduced by Borland in and eventually deprecated in in favor of their Visual Component Library (VCL). Its primary competitor was the Microsoft Foundation Class Library (MFC). OWLNext, an open-source project driven by the OWL user License: Proprietary with open-source patches. This book is a little dated, which makes sense, as it was published 5 years before C++ was standardized. However, this guy has the best tutorial on pointers and arrays (who knew they were sort of the same thing) that I have ever seen. I had no idea what the hell a pointer was, but this book did a great job.5/5(1). It is the only book to focus entirely on using powerful native debugging tools, including WinDBG, NTSD, and CDB, to applications. Using these tools, author Mario Hewardt explains how to identify the real root causes of problems—far more quickly than you ever could with other debuggers. Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services. You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number.
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