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Object REXX for OS/2 WARP

Title     Object REXX for OS/2 WARP 
Author    Trevor Turton 
          Ueli Wahli 
Publisher Prentice-Hall
Edition   1996 
Price     $38.95
          In Deutschland ca. 90,- DM 
ISBN      0-13-273467-2
IBM No.   SG24-4586
Language  English
Type      Book, 320 pages 
Note      w/ CD-ROM
Source    Bookstore

"An end-to-end introduction to object-oriented programming with the new 
release of Object REXX for OS/2 WARP. 
For years, programmers in IBM environments have used REXX as a quick, easy 
tool for software development. REXX is OS/2's built-in scripting language. 
Now, IBM builds on the benefits of REXX by introducing a new, 
object-oriented version, Object REXX. This is the only complete guide to 
object-oriented programming with IBM's new Object REXX. Better yet, it 
comes with a complete working copy of IBM's Object REXX product. Since 
REXX has a well-deserved reputation for ease of use, learning Object REXX 
may be the easiest way for procedural programmers to move into 
object-oriented programming. Learn how Object REXX implements objects, 
classes, instances, methods, and polymorphism. Walk through the entire 
application development process. Learn how Object REXX fits into IBM's SOM 
object model, and how it can be used to securely access IBM DB2 database 
The CD-ROM includes Object REXX for OS/2. 
The book contains the following sections: 
   *  Part 1. Introducing Object REXX 
        -  Chapter 1 Introducing Object REXX 
        -  Chapter 2 How Does Object REXX Implement OO? 
   *  Part 2. The Car Dealer Scenario 
        -  Chapter 3 The Car Dealer Application 
        -  Chapter 4 ASCII User Interface 
        -  Chapter 5 Persistent Objects on Disk 
        -  Chapter 6 Graphical User Interface 
        -  Chapter 7 Persistent Objects in DB2 
        -  Chapter 8 Using Advanced DB2/2 Features 
        -  Chapter 9 Data Security with Object REXX and DB2 
        -  Chapter 10 Configuration Management with Object REXX 
        -  Chapter 11 Object REXX, SOM, and Workplace Shell 
        -  Chapter 12 Object REXX and the World Wide Web 
   *  Part 3. Object REXX and Concurrency 
        -  Chapter 13 Object REXX and Concurrency 
   *  Part 4. Installing Object REXX and the Sample Applications 
        -  Chapter 14 Installing Object REXX and the Sample Applications 
   *  Part 5 New Features and Syntax in Object REXX 
        -  Chapter 15 New Features in Object REXX and Migration 
   *  Appendix A Car Dealer Source Code 
   *  Appendix B Definition for Syntax Diagram Structure 
   *  Index 
 Additional information about this book (including the source code of the 
 examples) is available at the WWW (see Internet - Web Pages).   

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