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Small Memory Software: Patterns for systems with limited memory

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Small Memory Software: Patterns for systems with limited memory
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Publisher: Addison-Wesley
ISBN/ASIN: 0201596075
ISBN-13: 9780201596076
Number of pages: 352

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Offers state-of-the art programming solutions for personal digital assistants (PDAs). Includes illustrated patterns professionals can use, with implementation notes for reference, including some on the companion Web site, and examples in C++ or Java.

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