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Low Level X Window Programming

Author : Ross J. Maloney
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This is the missing X Window book. While others have shown what the X Window system has available, this book shows how to convert this potential into working tools to fulfil your visualisation needs. It is of the show-me class of books. The majority of the book covers Xlib, although a short coverage of Xcb is also given. Included are: . The relationship between Xlib and the X Window protocol; . All the basic Xlib topics are covered; . Complete working programs with their results; . Exercises to reinforce the material just covered. A 9 part partition to building a complete X program is used throughout. This partitioning fosters the inclusion of all code necessary. All programs are written in C and are one to four pages in length. Open source programs with the occasional Postscript script are shown to provide support as needed. Throughout the examples consideration is given to using colour. The examples produce simple results with the aim of providing building blocks for application oriented codes. The book is directed at graduate students and researchers who create computer code to visualise their data.

A Practical Guide To X Window Programming

Author : Brian J. Keller
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A Practical Guide to X Window Programming is a basic guide that takes readers step by step through developing applications using X-Windows. The book covers the Xt Intrinsics portion of the X-Window system in detail and discusses the MIT Athena and OSF/Motif Widget Sets that are used in many of the examples. Topics covered include C programming fundamentals, text handling using X, fonts, event handling in Xt, extending the Widget Sets (building on Field Editor Widget), designing and constructing an application, building menus, printing help, OSF/Motif (including the window arranger) and interclient communication. Three extensive appendices are included: Widgets, Classing, and Exported Functions; Quick Xt Reference Guide (X11R4); and Quick Guide to OSF/Motif Widgets. Any applications designer interested in developing applications with Xt will find this book a valuable and enlightening resource.

Portable User Interface Programming in C

Author : Mark Watson
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Now expanded to cover OS/2 and WIN32, this book is an essential guide for all professional C++ programmers who need to create seamless graphical user interfaces across multiple platforms. Watson provides dozens of programming examples that clearly demonstrate each programming technique, and includes all the code on the accompanying disk for easy use.

The X Window System Programming with Xlib

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X Window System

Author : Robert W. Scheifler
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Written by the experts who originally designed and implemented the X Window System and with new, significant input from X Window Consortium members who have helped evolve X Version 11, Release 6, this fourth edition is a major revision of this definitive reference. Updated to conform with the latest released software: X Version 11, Release 6.1, this edition also has been redesigned for three separate books in an effort to make each more usable for its targeted audience. Each book is thus more focused and more use manageable: that is, by being separate volumes, a reader can now open several books simultaneously to cross reference related material. In addition, each volume provides its own comprehensive subject-oriented index that further enhances its overall value. The Definitive reference to X Window System, direct from the X Window Consortium at MIT. Updated for X Windows Version 11, Release 6.1.

The X Window System

Author : Douglas A. Young
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Here's a comprehensive exploration of how to implement the X Window System to create user interfaces, along with suggestions for using the facilities provided by X, the Xt Intrinsics, and the OPEN LOOK widget set. Demonstrating typical ways to combine features of Xlib, Xt, and OPEN LOOK to form working applications, the guide walks readers through applying the X resource manager, handling events, the X color model, creating graphics contexts, drawing with points, lines, polygons, and arcs, and more. Assuming knowledge of C and a familiarity with UNIX and the X Window System, this book is intended for Programmers, Software Engineers, and Product Managers working with X and OPEN LOOK.

Motif Programming in the X Window System Environment

Author : William A. Parrette
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This step-by-step self-study guide combines the popular technologies of the X Window System and the OSF Motif toolkit to help you write powerful graphical user interface (GUI) programs for the UNIX operating system.

Introduction to the X Window System

Author : Oliver Jones
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The only guide available which describes the details of the X Window System version 11, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's portable software for engineering workstations. The book offers comprehensive coverage of fundamental concepts--windows, drawing, graphics contexts, pixmaps, etc.--and features information on the latest releases of X, as well as updated explanations and more examples.

Object Oriented Programming with the X Window System Toolkits

Author : Jerry D. Smith
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This book describes the X Window System, a recent and important software development. Though the norm for PC's is still proprietary window systems, X provides an ``open'' window system that can support a variety of window managers, toolkits and interface builders. This is particularly true for the UNIX-based workstation community, although X is not tied to any particular hardware or software system. The author describes various sophisticated techniques with which the reader can implement graphical user interfaces (GUI's), without imposing user-interface styles, thus making available a generic window support system.

Using Linux

Author : Jack Tackett
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A one-stop, comprehensive reference and tutorial for users who want to install the Linux operating system, this book provides two versions of the Linux operating system on CD-ROM as well as complete instructions for installation, configuration, administration, troubleshooting and networking, including working with the Internet.

X Window Inside Out

Author : Levi Reiss
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Whether your intent is to find out what X Window is all about or to learn how to program for X Window, this is the book for you. X Window Inside & Out shows how to get a fast start using and programming the new user-friendly, standard UNIX platform.

X Window System Programming

Author : Nabajyoti Barkakati
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This combined tutorial-reference for C programmers teaches how to develop X Window-based applications. The first part offers in-depth tutorials that ease programmers into the X Window system and show how to build interactive applications using X. Also includes reference entries on the X library routines and practical sample programs that reinforce this superb introductory guide.

ACM SIGPLAN Erlang Workshop

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Overview of the X Window System

Author : Cherri M. Pancake
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Special Edition Using Linux

Author : David Allan Bandel
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Programmer s Supplement for Release 6 of the X Window System Version 11

Author : Adrian Nye
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The Programmer's Supplement for Release 6 is for programmers who are familiar with Release 5 of the X Window System and who want to know how to use the new features of Release 6. It provides complete tutorial and reference information to all new Xlib and Xt toolkit functions.

Xlib Programming Manual

Author : Adrian Nye
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X Toolkit Intrinsics Programming Manual

Author : Adrian Nye
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Complete guide to programming with the Xt Intrinsics. Guide to using widgets and to writing new widgets. Concept and examples of how to use various X Toolkit routines. Updated for Release 4. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

X Window System Program Design and Development

Author : Steven Mikes
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This book offers valuable techniques and advice for programming the X Window System, the standard development environment for UNIX applications. All information is based on the latest release, 11.4.

Modern Techniques in Computational Chemistry

Author : Enrico Clementi
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In a way the MOTECC-89 project started in the early sixties at the IBM Research Laboratory in San Jose, California. The six years of post-doctoral research, first with Giulio Natta on conductive polymers, with Michael Kasha on spin-orbit effects, with Kenneth S. Pitzer on high temperature molecules and thermo dynamics and with R. S. Mulliken in the quantum chemistry of small molecules had demonstrated pragmatically the importance of a broad-based research and also let me taste some of the excitement to be derived from interdisciplinarity. Thus when I started to gather a department in the newly opened IBM Research Laboratory in San Jose, California, I purposely named it "Large Scale Scientific Computation Department," avoiding reference to chemistry, physics, statistical mechanics or fluid dynamics, which were our main tasks. In the sixties interdisciplinarity was more and more recognized as a most important if not nec essary avenue to cope with the technical needs of our society. However, at that time interdisciplinarity was synonymous with "team work," and true interdisciplinarity was a formidably difficult objective. Although I headed an excellent group of scientists with different backgrounds and there was much progress and creativity, still each one of us was more or less conducting his own research in his own field with occasional cross-field partnerships and with some of the computational techniques as our common base. Later, in 1974, I made a second attempt, this time starting a new department at the Donegani Institute, Montedison, in Novara, Italy.