Motif Programming Manual
by Dan Heller, Paula Ferguson, David Brennan
Publisher: Imperial Software Technology 2001
Number of pages: 967
The Motif Programming Manual is a source for complete, accurate, and insightful guidance on Motif application programming. There is no other book that covers the ground as thoroughly or as well as this one. The book has been updated to Motif 1.2, but is still usable with Motif 1.1.
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