Coding A Basic Window From Win32 API Take a look at the Window programming Model here Download the Win32 section and clickon the basic Window link comments on how I can make future tutorials better http://www.devhood.com/tutorials/tutorial_details.aspx?tutorial_id=619
Shroff Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd. Title List according to Classification future Titles for March 2003. Pages 1. Advanced.NET programming. Cover Rs. 400. Visual basic .NET Debugging Handbook. http://www.shroffpublishers.com/title.asp?index=Classification&classid=3
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GTT-News, Issue 1, February 12, 1999 We will provide more information in a future newsletter. For those of you who useMicrosoft Visual basic ® as programming tool of choice and would like to http://gttserv.lth.rwth-aachen.de/~sp/tt/gtt-news/gttn_1.html
Extractions: Issue 1 February 12, 1999 Dear newsletter subscriber, welcome to the first issue of GTT-News, our newsletter for customers, users of our products, partners, co-developers, and everybody who is interested in keeping up-to-date with what GTT-Technologies is doing. Our aim in providing this newsletter is to let you know about recent developments at GTT-Technologies, new or updated software, upcoming meetings and courses, and also what's new on our web site. This mailing list is public, thus everybody can subscribe to it. Information on how to subscribe to this newsletter is always attached to the end of each issue. Please feel free to pass this infomation on to everybody who might be interested in receiving this newsletter. Previous newsletters are archived on our web site and our mail server, please also check the end of this newsletter for more information.
BYTE Columns Calendar BYTE Specials Michael Abrash's Graphics programming Black Book Marty TheMacintosh Column; Dalton, Richard future Feature; Offers a free basic option. http://www.byte.com/column/
Extractions: PAST COLUMNS Bar, Moshe: Serving With Linux Cortinas, Marty: The Macintosh Column Dalton, Richard: Future Feature Em, David: Media Lab Frantz, Robert: Software 'N' Sites Hachman, Mark: The Chip Column Hacker, Scot: The Be View Hanger, Nancy: Heller, Martin: Mr. Computer Language Person Henderson, Tom: The Linux Line Marshall, Trevor: Trevor's View Nicholls, Bill: Advanced Software And Technologies Orbaker, Tim: Hands-On Linux Patrizio, Andy: The Upgrade Advisor Platt, David S.:
Essentials Of The Java Programming Language, Part 1 similar and different, how to build a basic user interface section in the Newto-JavaProgramming Center. have other comments or ideas for future training books http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/onlineTraining/Programming/BasicJava1/
Extractions: March 1999 CONTENTS DOWNLOAD You will learn how applications, applets, and servlets are similar and different, how to build a basic user interface that handles simple end user input, how to read data from and write data to files and databases, and how to send and receive data over the network. This tutorial is not comprehensive, but instead takes you on a straight and uncomplicated path through the more common programming features available in the Java platform. If you have no programming experience at all, you might still find this tutorial useful; but you also might want to take an introductory programming course. Also see the Step-by-Step Programming section in the New-to-Java Programming Center Note: This tutorial is available as a book from online book sellers. Contents Lesson 1: Compiling and Running a Simple Program Lesson 2: Building Applications Lesson 3: Building Applets Lesson 4: Building a User Interface Lesson 5: Writing Servlets Lesson 6:
Programming Principles And Tools And futuredebugging environments may use them to generate or select the Join CalculusThe join-calculus is a basic model of distributed programming. http://research.microsoft.com/ppt/
Extractions: // Globalized strings for the java script in the search box part. var L_strInternalPropErr_TEXT = "Internal error with property fields. Please try another query."; var L_strContainsNumericErr_TEXT = "Cannot use the Contains operator for numeric properties."; var L_strDigitsNumericErr_TEXT = "Must use digits 0-9 for numeric properties."; var L_strContainsDateErr_TEXT = "Cannot use the Contains operator for date-type properties."; var L_strSearchForSomethingErr_TEXT = "You must specify something to search for."; Search MSR Advanced Search
3D Programming - Visual Basic will be updated to support future versions of to DirectX 7.0; DirectX setup for Visualbasic developers; programming OpenGL with Visual basic Overview, tutorials http://www.3dlinks.com/3dprogramming_visualbasic.cfm
Extractions: BBGenX is an an ActiveX (OCX) control designed for use with Eclipse Entertainment's Genesis3D game engine. The Genesis API was designed with the C/C++ coder in mind. BBGenX, however, allows Genesis3D functions to be called from ActiveX/OLE Automation enabled applications such as Visual Basic. Digital Academy (GP)
The Future According To Dennis Ritchie - In this interview, Ritchie talks about the future of C The kind of programming thatC provides will probably remain matter, it may be that Visual basic is the http://www.linuxworld.com/linuxworld/lw-2000-12/lw-12-ritchie.html
Extractions: HOME In Admin: A strategic comparison of Windows vs. Unix, v. 2.0 In Programming: Does an organization have anything to gain from .Net? Debunking the Linux-Windows market-share myth In Desktop: Migrating to Linux not easy for Windows users How to install Neverwinter Nights on Linux In Core Linux: Open source making headway in Texas government Debunking the Linux-Windows market-share myth About us Privacy ... IDG Worldwide Advertisement ennis M. Ritchie heads the system software research department at Bell Laboratories's Computing Science Research Center. Ritchie joined Bell Laboratories in 1968 after obtaining his graduate and undergraduate degrees from Harvard University. He assisted Ken Thompson in creating Unix, and was the primary designer of the C language. He helped foster Plan 9 and Inferno. Ritchie out loud Check out our audio file at http://mithras.itworld.com/media/001021kalev_ritchie.ram
Visual Studio Magazine Provide handson, how-to articles about developing Windows and Web applications with Visual Studio Category Computers programming Visual basic Magazines and E-zines features in Visual Studio .NET 2003 and first looks at future versions of VS onceendemic to developing Windows software, and Extreme programming's emphasis on http://www.fawcette.com/vsm/
Extractions: Microsoft to Drop Java Support for Future Products SAN JOSE, Calif. In a move that is likely to effect millions of computer users and Web surfers worldwide, Microsoft is dropping support for the Java programming language from future products. Company spokesman Tom Pilla said the next version of the operating system will not contain software code that is needed to run programs written in Java. The Windows XP system will become available next fall. Java was designed by Sun Microsystems as a universal programming language that can run on a variety of computers and operating systems. It has become widely used throughout the technology industry. Its 200 licensed users include giants like IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Motorola and Nokia, and its developers number more than 2.5 million. Rich Green, Sun's vice president for Java software development, said Microsoft's effort to slow the adoption of Java would fail. "Java is now bigger than just Sun; it's an industrywide and worldwide initiative." Microsoft has long been accused of resisting the spread of Java by creating its own version that was only compatible with Windows products. In October 1997, Sun sued Microsoft for violating its licensing agreement.
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ERCB: The Future Does Not Compute The future Does Not Compute, by Stephen Talbott, is a philosophical descendant of smallchildren to control of a fantasy world via Logo and basic programming. http://www.ercb.com/feature/feature.0002.html
Extractions: http://www.ora.com/ ISBN Pages Price Audience All The Future Does Not Compute , by Stephen Talbott, is a philosophical descendant of Joseph Weizenbaum's landmark work Computer Power and Human Reason (W.H. Freeman, 1976) and the technically-savvy counterpart, perhaps, to Jerry Mander's In the Absence of the Sacred (Sierra Club, 1991). Talbott addresses a broad range of issues centered on the inexorable mechanization, depersonalization, and derealization of the world by increasingly pervasive computer and communications technology, the destruction of cultures, the blurring of boundaries between subject and object, and the replacement of value-oriented, experience-based human judgments by rule-based bureaucracies and corporate information systems. I was especially impressed with Talbott's analysis of computer-based education in general, and Seymour Papert in particular. Many of us have deep-seated doubts and fears about the trend toward the replacement of teacher-child interactions with computer-based tutorials and games, the preoccupation with computer literacy, and the introduction of small children to control of a fantasy world via Logo and Basic programming. Talbott has articulated the dangers of this trend in a few pithy chapters that should be force-fed to every elementary-school administrator, teacher, and well-meaning PTA hell-bent on computer lab fund-raising.
Extractions: The DeLorme XMap Programmer's Kit (XPK) allows you to integrate mapping displays, driving directions, and street address searching directly into your own business processes or software products. The DeLorme XPK enables a programmer to write custom software to control a standard DeLorme mapping product. XPK is commonly known by technical staff as an API (Application Programmers Interface) or an SDK (Software Development Kit). For example, your computer programmer may use Microsoft Visual Basic to write simple software to perform powerful mapping functions. You deliver your program together with the DeLorme product to the end-user.
Extractions: Author: TheTutor New Networking Tutorials! At this time I'd like to introduce you to redKlyde. He's the latest tutorial creator on the GT staff. redKlyde is a game developer in the Dallas area who has a burning passion for networking programming. He's graciously put together a beginner five pack of kick-nut networking tutorials. If you've ever wondered what a socket is or how to make two computers "talk" check out these tutorials! Additionally, feedback on the tutorials and if GT should invest the time and effort to bring more advanced networking tutorials would be great! Just post your comments to the message board. Author: TheTutor Video Game News The first part of this news item serves as a reminder that E3 is right around the corner and you can bet that GT will be there in full force! A quick look at some of the stellar titles expected to make an appearance, Doom III, Halo 2, Splinter Cell 2, Jax and Daxter 2, Sly Cooper 2, Ratchet and Clank 2, makes this year look like the year of the sequel.
Extractions: Visual Basic 6.0, the current version of the package, introduced WebClasses as a simpler way to deploy robust, server-based Web applications. Indeed, WebClasses produced a surprisingly scalable way to use a familiar tool to migrate programs to the Web. I recently had a chance to see some of the upcoming improvements planned for the next version of Visual Basic. The major improvements that are in store for developers are threefold. It is planned that Visual Basic will share with Visual StudioÂ® a feature called Web Forms. Web Forms represent a completely new approach toward providing a componentized Web solution. Web Services will be a new, XML-based way to expose middle-tier business functionality via standard Web protocols. At the same time, the Visual Basic language will include several constructs developers have long asked for that will bring it in line with the kind of object-oriented programming techniques familiar to users of C++ and the Java language.
Extractions: Cablevision will pay YES a license fee of about $2 per subscriber per month, but only for those customers who want the sports service. That is a victory of sorts for Cablevision. Over the course of a very public, yearlong feud, YES had demanded that Cablevision carry the network on a basic programming tier, with a license fee for each Cablevision customer. Still, the additional license fees as agreed upon will add millions to Cablevision's overall programming expenses. The dispute itself highlighted the escalating tug-of-war between programmers and operators, who are loath to pass higher programming costs on to customers, yet are reluctant to absorb them. After terms of the deal were released Thursday night, analysts reduced estimates for Cablevision's cash flow growth.
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U.S. Automatic Abstentions all curent and future SC 22/WG 13 (Modula2) projects. Standard (Project Number).Title. ISO/IEC 10279 1991 (JTC 1.22.11), programming Language Full basic. http://www.ncits.org/abstentions.htm
Extractions: Related: Policies FAQs Contact Us Course Description Course Outline/Details The Developing Mobile Applications on the J2ME[tm] Platform Using Connected Limited Device Configuration (CLDC) and the Mobile Information Device (MID) Profile course provides students with Java[tm] technology skills to write mobile, cross-device applications for the Java[tm] 2 Platform, Micro Edition (J2ME). Through practical exercises, this course demonstrates how to use recommended practices to develop MIDlet applications that run locally or over a wireless network. The significant lab time illustrates the workshop nature of this course. Who Can Benefit Java technology developers wanting to develop mobile applications for the MID Profile Solution designers who map mobile business requirements to Java technology solutions Java technology developers interested in migrating their existing code to the MID Profile Prerequisites To succeed fully in this course, students should be able to: