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Preface - About This Book

This book, the OpenDoc Cookbook for the Mac OS, presents tutorial information that explains how to create an OpenDoc part editor.

To understand this book thoroughly, you should also read the OpenDoc Programmer's Guide for the Mac OS and the OpenDoc Class Reference for the Mac OS. The Programmer's Guide provides an architectural overview, synthesizes design concepts, and gives specific programming recommendations. The Class Reference provides complete reference information about the classes, methods, types, constants, and exceptions defined by OpenDoc.

Preface Contents
Who Should Read This Book
Structure of This Book
Typographic Conventions
Special Font
Types of Notes
Coding Conventions
Identifier Names
Class Definitions
Developer Products and Support
CI Labs

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16 JUL 1996

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