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6 edition of Real-world programming for OS/2 2.1 found in the catalog.

Real-world programming for OS/2 2.1

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Published by Sams Pub. in Carmel, IN .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • OS/2 (Computer file),
  • Operating systems (Computers)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDerrel Blain, Kurt Delimon, Jeff English ; [foreword by Dick Conklin].
    ContributionsDelimon, Kurt., English, Jeff.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.76.O63 B58 1993
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 868 p. :
    Number of Pages868
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1753633M
    ISBN 100672303000
    LC Control Number92082105

    Services that are critical or that are needed and may not start otherwise should be set to Automatic while the other Automatic services should be set to Manual. Just type the program exactly as shown "Try Typing This Program" and see what happens. This can cause a complete system lock up. Synchronization Issues.

    Had the pace of chapters two and three been more leisurely, I would have picked up a lot more, and felt a lot more at ease with it. But that's perhaps a topic for some other time. One very common set of entry points for radiated RFI is loose system covers and missing card slot covers. No conspiracy, just a simple lack of organization and clear strategy which happened to work in Microsoft's favor in the end. Compiling a Multithreaded Application.

    See e. Thread Local Storage. The article "Using A High level Programming Language" has a short list of the advantages of using a higher level language over assembler. It has most, if not all of the actual API names and data structures, but when you don't know the name of what you are looking for which presumably will happen frequently, otherwise use the reference material instead of a programming book, it can be a tedious job trying to imagine what the name of a certain call or data structure might be.


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Real-world programming for OS/2 2.1 by Derrel Blain Download PDF Ebook

Summary This book is a good buy overall, although it is a little lacking in some areas. Commodore continued that tradition with the Amiga, up until AmigaOS 2. The look and feel strongly resembled Windows 2. Race Conditions. There is another very simple way to keep the air in your computer room moist as well as filtered.

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This is not good programming, but it happens. I am not trying to claim that any of the above is true. They are not precached at any time.

WatchCat cannot, however, help with programs which hog the CPU by running at high priority. For printer cables that have separate ground wires, you should connect the ground wire to the screw or fastener provided on one end only.

Most important you don't have to be computer programmer, or even typist, to use it! Solaris Multithreaded Kernel. I have Real-world programming for OS/2 2.1 book many incidents where the accusation of "tweaks" served to slow the computer down.

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The MTU controls how much data is in every download packet, larger settings improve efficiency by reducing overhead and require fewer acknowledgement packets. They have removed some capacity and naming limitations but other problems such as extremely low damage resistance remain completely unaddressed.

But in the end, it's not the technical merits that matter.The "BigFAT" support in OS/2 could handle volumes up to 2GB in size. The flavor of OS/2 I played with was an OEM version (Zenith) of Microsoft OS/2. It came on five " HD floppies. My test machine was the same as for OS/2 and I also had the same problem with KBDSYS crashing which I fixed in an almost identical manner.

IBM offers classes worldwide to help in using and programming OS/2 ; phone your local IBM branch office (or the OS/2 Hotline) for more information.

Or contact one of these third party providers of classes training materials: Company Telephone. x Creating IBM z/OS Cloud Services Authors This book was produced by a team of specialists from IBM and Walmart Technology, Walmart Stores Inc.

Figure 1 From left to right Rich Jackson, Randy Frerking, Charlie Lawrence, Kellie Mathis, Frank De Gilio, Jeffrey Bisti.Derrel R.

Blain pdf the author of Real World Programming for OS/2 ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ) and Real World Programming Fo 4/5(1).It is interesting to note that Messrs. Delimon download pdf English were co-authors of the well-known programming book Real-World Programming for OS/2 I unfortunately haven't managed to get my hands on any OS/2 wordprocessor from the era - maybe one day I will.

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