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Inside Macintosh:

Interapplication Communication

Inside Macintosh: Interapplication Communication explains how to make your application work with other applications to give users even greater power and flexibility in accomplishing their tasks.

Inside Macintosh: Interapplication Communication provides a brief introduction to how applications work together in a cooperative environment and discusses how you can

To use this book, you should be familiar with how to respond to user events, as described in Inside Macintosh: Macintosh Toolbox Essentials.

Inside Macintosh is a collection of books, organized by topic, that describe the system software of Macintosh computers. Together, these books provide the essential reference for programmers, designers, and engineers. A graphic overview of Inside Macintosh appears on the inside back cover of this book.


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Book Contents
Figures, Tables, and Listings
Preface - About This Book
Chapter 1 - Introduction to Interapplication Communication
Chapter 2 - Edition Manager
Chapter 3 - Introduction to Apple Events
Chapter 4 - Responding to Apple Events
Chapter 5 - Creating and Sending Apple Events
Chapter 6 - Resolving and Creating Object Specifier Records
Chapter 7 - Introduction to Scripting
Chapter 8 - Apple Event Terminology Resources
Chapter 9 - Recording Apple Events
Chapter 10 - Scripting Components
Chapter 11 - Program-to-Program Communications Toolbox
Chapter 12 - Data Access Manager

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7 JUL 1996

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