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Visual C++ 6 For Dummies
Visual C++ 6 For Dummies
by Michael Hyman, Bob Arnson

Learn C++ the fun and easy way!Three good reasons to learn C++: It’s available for DOS, Windows, OS/2, Mac OS, and nearly every other operating system out there, making it one of the most portable languages around. C++ is very powerful. It’s used to create products such as Excel and Access, and it’s used in MIS departments and consultants to create mission critical applications for business and government. And, it’s one of the most popular languages in the world. But, bef ...
UNIX For Dummies Quick Reference, 4th Edition
UNIX For Dummies Quick Reference, 4th Edition
by Margaret Levine Young, John R. Levine

Get instant access to the UNIX commands and functions you need with this fast and friendly reference guide to all things UNIX. UNIX For Dummies Quick Reference, 4th Edition, clues you in to the most popular and essential parts of UNIX: X Windows managers, text editors, sending and receiving electronic mail, and networking. Starting with the UNIX shell and moving steadily deeper inside the UNIX environment, UNIX For Dummies Quick Reference, 4th Edition, cuts to the chase with clear, concise answe ...
DOS For Dummies, 3rd Edition
DOS For Dummies, 3rd Edition
by Dan Gookin

Windows may rule the world of popular computing on PCs around the globe, but DOS still has a place in the hearts and minds of computer users who vaguely remember what a C prompt looks like. Even if DOS (with all its arcane commands and its drab, boring look) isn't your idea of the best way to get things done on a PC, you'll find plenty of fast and friendly help on hand with the third edition of DOS For Dummies. Here's a plain-speaking reference guide to all the command-line stuff and nonsense th ...
JavaScript For Dummies Quick Reference
JavaScript For Dummies Quick Reference
by Emily A. Vander Veer

Tucking a few JavaScript statements in among the HTML code that makes up your Web pages makes a dramatic difference. Enhanced, more interactive navigation buttons, user input validation, and scrolling messages are but a few of the improvements that you can make with JavaScript. Now, with JavaScript For Dummies Quick Reference, all the JavaScript statements and examples of how to use them are right at your fingertips. Internet technology expert Emily A. Vander Veer not only organizes all the rele ...

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