Re: Knowing prog. lang. +s to a TW's $?

Subject: Re: Knowing prog. lang. +s to a TW's $?
From: "Wayne J. Douglass" <wayned -at- VERITY -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 15 Jan 1997 14:08:12 -0800

At 03:34 PM 1/15/97 -0600, Ruth T. Glaser wrote:
>The following book should be of particular interest to you then:
>"Object-Oriented GUI Application Development" by Geoff Lee
>ISBN 0-13-363086-2
>
>This is a high level (not API specific) approach to integrating GUI
>application development with OOA/OOD. My review - WOW! It has been
>immensely helpful, both for GUI development and OO docs development.
>
>The book is out of print and difficult to come by, but still can be found on
>many bookstores' shelves. (For Mitch - I got my copy at Borders in
>Bonaventure - Minnetonka).
>
Silicon Valley residents may find a couple of copies at Computer Literacy.
Here's the online search info from http://www.clbooks.com:

TITLE : OBJECT-ORIENTED GUI APPLIC DEVELOPMENT [ 1.0 ed]
AUTHOR : LEE
ORDER# : DZ493464
ISBN # : 0133630862
PUB BY : PRENTICE HALL
YEAR : Oct 1993
SUBJECT: OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING
PRICE : $ 40.00
STOCK : LOW STOCK at San Jose
OUT OF STOCK at Tyson's Corner

--Wayne Douglass

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