CN17400C/N1740 - OS/2 2.1 for Software Developers

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Reprint Courtesy of International Business Machines Corporation, © 1994 International Business Machines Corporation

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Contents

Length

5 days - Hands-on Labs

Abstract

This course combines lectures, demonstrations and laboratory exercises to present the primary functions on the OS/2 2.0 control program. Daily exercises provide the student with experience in implementing the OS/2 2.0 Application Programming Interface.

Topics:

Audience:

System programmers and engineers who will use OS/2 as a base for developing hardware and software products. Persons experienced in programming OS/2 versions 1.x should attend the "OS/2 2.0 for OS/2 Software Developers" course (WTDPS25C) for an update.


Prerequisites:

Familiarity with the PS/2 operating and programming environment and a working knowledge of C Programming language.


The student should also be able to:

The students will be able to apply the appropiate programming tools and procedures to build OS/2 applications that implement there key features:

  • OS/2 Design Goals
  • Applications Types
  • 80386/486 Protected Mode Operation
  • Memory Management
  • Thread Management
  • Execution Synchronization Using Semaphores
  • Process Management
  • Interprocess Communication Using Memory/Pipes/Queues
  • File Systems
  • Dynamic Link Libraries
  • Session Management
  • Exception Management


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Reprint Courtesy of International Business Machines Corporation, © 1994 International Business Machines Corporation