Carbon Programming by Kevin Bricknell

By Kevin Bricknell

Carbon Programming is a complete advisor that's logically equipped, suitable with the present approach software program, and contains ready-to-run demonstration courses inside every one bankruptcy. The ebook covers Mac programming utilizing the Carbon API. subject matters contain: * Scrap; * occasion supervisor; * visual appeal supervisor; * Controls; * Lists. This booklet is for Mac programmers who're acquainted with the c programming language yet who're new to the Carbon API. execs coming to the Macintosh and computing device technological know-how scholars will enjoy the publication as a studying instrument concerning in particular to the Macintosh machine and the Carbon API.

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Book: Carbon Programming Section: Chapter 1. System Software, PowerPC Run-Time Environment, Managing Memory, and Resources Resources In order to meet various requirements of the system software, your application must provide its own resources, for example, resources which describe the application's user interface elements such as menus, windows, controls, dialogs, and icons. In addition, the system software itself provides a number of resources (for example, fonts, patterns, icons, and so on) that may be used by your application.

Size of a block in bytes. Function Allocating and Releasing NonRelocatable Blocks of Memory Ptr Ptr void NewPtr(Size byteCount); NewPtrClear(Size byteCount); DisposePtr(Ptr p); Allocating and Releasing Relocatable Blocks of Memory Handle Handle Handle Handle void NewHandle(Size byteCount); NewHandleClear(Size byteCount); NewEmptyHandle(void); NewEmptyHandleSys(void); DisposeHandle(Handle h); Changing the Sizes of Nonrelocatable and Relocatable Blocks Size void Size void GetPtrSize(Ptr p); SetPtrSize(Ptr p,Size newSize); GetHandleSize(Handle h); SetHandleSize(Handle h,Size newSize); Setting the Properties of Relocatable Blocks void void void void SInt8 void HLock(Handle h); HUnlock(Handle h); HPurge(Handle h); HNoPurge(Handle h); HGetState(Handle h); HSetState(Handle h,SInt8 flags); Managing Relocatable Blocks void void Handle void void void EmptyHandle(Handle h); ReallocateHandle(Handle h,Size byteCount); RecoverHandle(Ptr p); ReserveMem(Size cbNeeded); MoveHHi(Handle h); HLockHi(Handle h); Manipulating Blocks of Memory void void OSErr OSErr OSErr OSErr BlockMove(const void *srcPtr,void *destPtr,Size byteCount); BlockMoveData(const void *srcPtr,void *destPtr,Size byteCount); PtrToHand(const void *srcPtr,Handle *dstHndl,long size); PtrToXHand(const void *srcPtr,Handle dstHndl,long size); HandToHand(Handle *theHndl); HandAndHand(Handle hand1,Handle hand2); OSErr PtrAndHand(const void *ptr1,Handle hand2,long size); Allocating Master Pointers void MoreMasterPointers(UInt32 inCount); Accessing Memory Conditions and Freeing Memory long OS X.

Book: Carbon Programming Section: Chapter 1. System Software, PowerPC Run-Time Environment, Managing Memory, and Resources Resources In order to meet various requirements of the system software, your application must provide its own resources, for example, resources which describe the application's user interface elements such as menus, windows, controls, dialogs, and icons. In addition, the system software itself provides a number of resources (for example, fonts, patterns, icons, and so on) that may be used by your application.

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