|Collection Manager |
The Collection Manager implements an abstract data type that allows you to store multiple pieces of related information. This abstract data type is called a collection object.
|Control Panels |
Control panels provide users with the ability to set preferences for global values or systemwide features. To write a control panel, you work with several Mac OS technologies, including the Finder, Control Manager, Dialog Manager, Event Manager, and Resource Manager.
|Control Strip Services |
Control Strip Services allow developers to create control strip modules that provide convenient shortcuts to control panels.
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|Location Manager |
The Location Manager provides a user interface for quickly saving and restoring sets of networking, communications, and printing settings.
|Mathematical and Logical Utilities |
The Mac OS provides a number of utility routines that you can use to perform mathematical and logical operations such as data type conversion, pseudorandom number generation, and simple data compression and decompression.
|PowerPC Numerics |
PowerPC Numerics is an environment for performing floating-point arithmetic on Macintosh computers that use the PowerPC processor. The core features of PowerPC Numerics are based on IEEE Standard 754 for binary floating-point arithmetic.