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by Kevin J. Goodman
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  • Author:
    Kevin J. Goodman
  • ISBN:
    155851306X
  • ISBN13:
    978-1558513068
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  • Publisher:
    John Wiley & Sons Inc; Pap/Dis edition (April 1, 1994)
  • Pages:
    426 pages
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    Operating Systems
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Goodman describes the advantages and disadvantages of Win32 in ten chapters and a diskette, explaining his subject at a judicious pace and adding just the right examples to help you understand the topic at hand.

Windows NT a Developer's Guide book.

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Written for Windows programmers who want to develop for NT and other OS programmers, this book/disk set shows them how to write code for NT in a manner that.

Written for Windows programmers who want to develop for NT and other OS programmers, this book/disk set shows them how to write code for NT in a manner that. Covers advanced features and topics, cross-process memory management, and use of Microsoft Foundations Class in a multi-threaded environment, providing tools and knowledge for applications development. The accompanying disk contains code examples plus several read-to-run applications: Security Viewer, RemoteMake, Exit Windows, and several others. a developer's guide. Published 1994 by M&T Books in New York, .

Building Windows 95 applications. This book helps get developers up to speed on Windows 95 with a minimum of delay, by providing lucid discussion of new features and valuable, workable shortcuts. It shows how to convert existin. More).

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This book appeals to a wide audience: system programmers implementing kernel-mode code such as file systems, device . The NT Cache Manager. Structured driver development under Windows NT. Writing a file system driver.

Topics covered in the book include: An introduction to NT system components. The NT Virtual Memory Manager.

This book helps get developers up to speed on Windows 95 with a minimum of delay, by providing lucid discussion of new features and valuable, workable shortcuts. Place of Publication. It shows how to convert existing Windows code to Windows 95, covers effective memory management in a RAM-hungry environment, and includes full explanations of scalabilty, portability, and device support, and more.

Covers advanced features and topics, cross-process memory management, and use of Microsoft Foundations Class in a multi-threaded environment, providing tools and knowledge for applications development. The accompanying disk contains code examples plus several read-to-run applications: Security Viewer, RemoteMake, Exit Windows, and several others. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.