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Inside Macintosh: Programmer's Guide to MacApp

Part 1 - MacApp Theory and Architecture

This part of Programmer's Guide to MacApp describes the major features of the MacApp class library. Each chapter covers related components that work together to supply key services to your application. Read this part to learn how those components are implemented and how they are used in a MacApp application.

This part contains the following chapters:

Part Contents
Chapter 2 - Basic Operations
Chapter 3 - Core Technologies
Chapter 4 - Launching and Terminating an Application
Chapter 5 - Events and Commands
Chapter 6 - Scripting
Chapter 7 - Document Handling
Chapter 8 - Displaying, Manipulating, and Printing Data
Chapter 9 - Drag and Drop

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25 JUL 1996