MACTECH HOSTS MACINTOSH C AND MACINTOSH PASCAL PROGRAMMING TUTORIALS
MacTech Magazine is proud to announce that it is now hosting the
Macintosh C online programming tutorial. This online book, now in
version 2.1, was created by K. J. Bricknell as a freely accessible
reference resource to learn Macintosh programming.
"The Macintosh C book represents what's best about the Internet
Macintosh programming community," said Neil Ticktin, publisher of
MacTech Magazine. "Over the years, K. J. has put a tremendous amount
of his own time into developing and maintaining this resource and
provided it to the community at no cost. We're happy to host this
invaluable resource and encourage folks to visit the site and make
full use of what K. J. has created."
The Macintosh C book is available in both online HTML format and
downloadable PDF and MS Word '98 formats. It contains 23 chapters
covering everything from basic event loops to floating windows.
Koryn Grant's Pascal translation of Macintosh C version 2.1, titled
Macintosh Pascal, is also available for download.
Topics as current as using Navigation Services and the Appearance
Manager are incorporated into the new versions, which bring the books
up-to-date with Mac OS 8.5. Also available is a complete package of
example programs that illustrate key concepts covered by the books.
"I am grateful to MacTech Magazine for offering to host Macintosh C
and Macintosh Pascal" said K. J., "MacTech is the only magazine
dedicated to Macintosh programming. I simply could not have asked for
a better home for what I hope will continue to be a useful resource
for beginning Macintosh programmers."
The new home pages of the Macintosh C and Macintosh Pascal tutorials are:
If you're interested in learning to program the Mac, or know someone
who is, please save these URLs.
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