Published February 1993
by John Wiley & Sons Inc (Computers) .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||952|
This is a book about programming. It is not a book for the casual or beginning Paradox user. But it is quite a good introduction into Paradox application development and its powerful ObjectPAL programming language. Paradox's object oriented approach is somewhat "different", and developers coming from another background can use a helping by: 3. Greg B. Salcedo is the author of Paradox 5 for Windows Power Programming Secrets ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ). Books Authored. The following books were authored by Mike Prestwood. Paradox 9 Power Programming: The Official Guide. ISBN: Mike Prestwood is particularly proud of this book because it is included in the Paradox 9 software box (Developer's Edition). Paradox 9 Power Programming: The Official Guide will teach developers how to optimize the new features in Paradox 9. Using real-world examples and step-by-step instructions, this book will teach developers to build robust database applications. It will cover key components such as ObjectPAL, Database Design, Object-based Programming, SQL Reviews: 3.
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