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The Art Of OS/2 Warp Programming

This book is very thorough and a solid introduction to the proficient C programmer who wants to learn PM.

Beyond DHCP - Work Your TCP/IP Internetwork with Dynamic IP

Beyond DHCP - Work Your TCP/IP Internetwork with Dynamic IP

The Design Of OS/2 - Harvey M. Deitel & Michael S. Kogan

This book examines in detail the internal structure of the new 32-bit version of OS/2. After a brief historical overview, authors go into details describing philosophy, insights and decisions that were the basis of OS/2 design and project.

The Guide to OS/2 Warp Device Drivers

This document describes the OS/2 Warp device drivers for personal computer devices such as display devices, printer devices, storage devices, PCMCIA devices, multimedia devices and others.

IBM OS/2 Warp 4 Foundation Level Training Manual

This little "Training Manual" describe in short all benefits of IBM OS/2 Warp 4 use, introducing readers to Operating System's foundamentals from an end user perspective. Courseware Release Version 5.0

INSIDE OS/2

A book about OS/2 1.x. Describes some aspects of multitasking, memory allocation and inter-process communication.

Introduction to OS/2 Warp Programming

Introduction to OS/2 Warp Programming. Course Material. Available in Microsoft Office format (docx, pptx), Open Document (ODT,ODP), PDF and laboratory. The original course files are also included.

OS/2 2.1 Workplace Shell Programming - Stefano Maruzzi

This book, by Stefano Maruzzi, describe High-end techniques for the latest version of IBM's graphical user interface operating system: OS/2 Ver. 2.1.

Source code examples included on a Floppy Disk.

OS/2 API Research book

The complete reference and tutorial for Control Program and Presentation Manager programming. Alongside with CP/PM API, this book describes modern Warp 4.5 Addendum API and low-level DDK functions.

OS/2 Performance White Paper

This Performance White Paper is designed to assist end users in improving the performance of their OS/2 system by providing information on It was written by the OS/2 System Performance Department members (IBM Boca Raton), with contributions from the O

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