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ftGeneral Help... Welcome to this demonstration of Zinc Application Framework 3.5. Zinc 3.5 is a truly object-oriented, multiplatform development tool. Zinc 3.5 applications can run on a RISC-based Unix workstation, a palmtop running DOS, and just about every platform in between.

This demonstration program was created with Zinc Application Framework 3.5. The DOS, protected mode DOS, Microsoft Windows, Windows NT, IBM OS/2, IBM PenDOS and OSF/Motif versions were compiled from the same source code (ZINCDEMO.CPP). All versions also share the same platform-independent resource file (ZINCPOST.DAT). (NOTE: The latest version of these programs can be downloaded free of charge from Zinc's BBS (801-785-8997 or +44(0)81 317 2310 in Europe). To run the DOS demo in Text mode type ZINC_DOS /T.)

This demonstration program features all of the window objects that are provided with Zinc Application Framework. If you select an object from the menu, the tool bar, or the vertical list, example(s) of the object willser functions receive messages from Zinc and can be executed when PULL DOWN MENU ITEM is selected, becomes current and/or becomes non-current.

Constructor => UIW_PULL_DOWN_ITEM(text, menu flags, user function, programmer assigned value)

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User functions receive messages from Zinc and can be executed when BUTTON is selected, becomes current and/or becomes non-current.

BUTTON is also used to create Radio Buttons, Buttons with associated bitmaps, and Check BoxesFormatted String Help...%FORMATTED STRING is used to enter, modify and display alphanumeric information in a pre-defined format that you specify (e.g., phone number, part number, serial number).

FORMATTED STRING allows you to perform edit functions such as mark, cut, copy and paste both within the formatted string itself and among any other edit object (e.g., number, text, date).

You may associate a user function or validation routine by adding the name of the function to the argument list of the constructor (shown below). User functions receive messages from Zinc and can be executed when FORMATTED STRING is selected, becomes current and/or becomes non-current.

Constructor => UIW_FORMATTED_STRING(left, top, width, text, edit mask, literal mask, window flags, user function)

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Text Help...mTEXT is used to enter, modify and display multiple-line text information. It features mark, cut, copy, paste, optional word wrap, home, end, page-up, page-down, word-left, word-right, etc.

You may associate a user function or validation routine by adding the name of the function to the argument list of the constructor (shown below). User functions receive messages from Zinc and can be executed when TEXT is selected, becomes current and/or becomes non-current.

Constructor => UIW_TEXT(left, top, width, height, text, maximum length, text flags, window flags, user function)

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Date Help...tDATE is used to enter, display and modify country-independent date information. 15 date specific flags determine appropriate display formatting, including: U.S., European, Japanese, military, short (day, month, year), slash, zero fill, uppâãLZier). The PEN feeds input information directly to the Event Queue.

The PEN is attached to the Event Manager at run-time using the Add member function or the overloaded '+' operator:

// Initialize the event manager and attach the keyboard, pen and curVideo Training Help...ZAlthough generic C++ training videos are widely available, product-specific video-based training has been virtually non-existent. In response, Zinc Software has developed an intensive four-hour videotape training series for Zinc ONTEXT HELP_HELP_SYSTEM = 0x001E; // Help System Help...Xconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT HELP_ERROR_SYSTEM = 0x001F; // Error System Help...Yconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT HELP_ZINC_DESIGNER = 0x0020; // Zinc Designer Help...^c Time Help...jTIME is used to enter, modify and display country-independent time information. 13 time specific flags determine the appropriate display formatting, including: colon separator, zero fill, hours, minutes, seconds, 12 Hour, 24 Hour, upper case and lower case.

TIME examines the country information provided by the operating system to display the appropriate format. For example, the time 3:25pm will display as 15:25 if a European country code is detected.

You may associate a user function or validation routine by adding the name of the function to the argument list of the constructor (shown below). User functions receive messages from Zinc and can be executed when TIME is selected, becomes current and/or becomes non-current.

Constructor => UIW_TIME(left, top, width, time, range, time flags, window flags, user function)

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Number Help...3BIGNUM is used to enter, modify and display country-independent numeric information. BIGNUM has a default maximum value of 30 digits to the left and 8 digits to the right of the decimal. Six number flags determine how the number is displayed, including: currency, credit ( ), commas, decimal (0 to 8 places) and percent.

BIGNUM examines the country information provided by the operating system to display the appropriate format. For example, $100.00 (US) will display as DM100.00 if the German country code is detected.

NOTE: Zinc 3.5 also provides INTEGER and REAL objects for more specific numeric processing.

You may associate a user function or validation routine by adding the name of the function to the argument list of the constructor (shown below). User functions receive messages from Zinc and can be executed when BIGNUM, REAL or INTEGER is selected, becomes current and/or becomes non-current.

Constructor => UIW_BIGNUM(left, top, width, number, list of valid ranges, number flags, window flags, user function)

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Button Help...
BUTTON is a selectable field used to perform run-time operations. You may attach a bitmap to customize the button.

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Constructor => UIW_BUTTON(left, top, width, button text, button flags, window flags, user function, programmer assigned value, bitmap name associated with button)

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You may freely copy and distribute this demonstration program as long as it is distributed with all original files and copyright information.

Zinc is a registered trademark and Zin your application windows and window objects. Zinc POST (Persistent-Object Storage Technology) allows you to save the resources you create with Zinc Designer in a platform-independent binary data file. Zinc Designer is included with Zinc Application FraRadio Button Help...‡RADIO BUTTON is a button control that allows only one item in a group to be selected. RADIO BUTTON is a button with the BTF_RADIO_BUTTON button flag used in the argument list.

You may associate a user function or validation routine by adding the name of the function to the argument list of the constructor (shown below). User functions receive messages from Zinc and can be executed when RADIO BUTTON is selected, becomes current and/or becomes non-current.

Constructor => UIW_BUTTON(left, top, width, button text, BTF_RADIO_BUTTON, window flags, user function, programmer assigned value, bitmap name)

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HELP_HLIST:

HELP_VLIST;HELP_COMBO_BOX<HELP_SCROLL_BAR= HELP_WINDOW>HELP_PULL_DOWN_MENU?[email protected]HELP_POP_UP_MENUAHELP_POP_UP_MENU_ITEMBCheck Box Help...yCHECK BOX is a button control that allows multiple items in a group to be selected. CHECK BOX is a button with the BTF_CHECK_BOX button flag used in the argument list.

You may associate a user function or validation routine by adding the name of the function to the argument list of the constructor (shown below). User functions receive messages from Zinc and can be executed when CHECK BOX is selected, becomes current and/or becomes non-current.

Constructor => UIW_BUTTON(left, top, width, button text, BTF_CHECK_BOX, window flags, user Function, programmer assigned value, bitmap name)

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Horizontal List Help...HORIZONTAL LIST is used to enter, modify and display related information in row and column format. You can add a scroll bar to horizontally scroll the list. A wide variety of window objects can be placed in HORIZONTAL LIST, incprovides a conceptual overview of Zinc's event-driven architecture, multiplatform issues, and object-oriented programming techniques such as message processing, callback functions, and deriving objects from Zinc's base classes.

Zinc offers a 60-day monerarchy can be viewed by selecting the "Help, Class hierarchy" menu option.

This program does not demonstrate the features of Zinc's interactive design tool, Zinc Designer. Zinc Designer runs on each target platform and allows you to interactively desig appear in the upper right corner of the display area. Information on the object appears in the text field immediately below the object. If you press F1, additional information including the constructor will appear in a help window. The entire class hieVertical List Help...ðVERTICAL LIST is used to enter, modify and display related information in a vertical list format. You can add a scroll bar to vertically scroll the list. A wide variety of window objects can be placed in VERTICAL LIST, including: input fields, icons and buttons.

A compare function may be added in the argument list to sort list elements.

Constructor => UIW_VT_LIST(left, top, width, height, compare function, list flags, window flags, advanced flags)

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Combo-Box Help...ZCOMBO BOX is a combination input field and vertical list. COMBO BOX can contain input fields, icons and buttons.

A compare function may be added in the argument list to sort list elements.

Constructor => UIW_COMBO_BOX(left, top, width, height, compare function, list flags, window flags, advanced flags)
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Scroll-Bar Help...÷SCROLL BAR is a selectable region used to scroll the displayed portion of a window, list box or text input field.

Constructor => UIW_SCROLL_BAR(left, top, width, height, HORIZONTAL OR VERTICAL, window flags)

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XTOrder Information Help...|Zinc Application Framework 3.5 is composed of an engine and one or more platform specific modules (or Keys). The currently available options are:

Zinc Engine (required)
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MicrosoftWindow Help...(WINDOW is a rectangular region of the display used as the controlling structure for window objects. Zinc supports parent, child, MDI, modal and dialog windows.

Constructor => UIW_WINDOW(left, top, width, height, window flags, advanced flags, help context)

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Pull-down Menu Help...³PULL DOWN MENU is used to organize and control pull-down menu items (PULL DOWN ITEMS).

Constructor => UIW_PULL_DOWN_MENU(indentation, item)

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Pull-down Menu Item Help...õPULL DOWN ITEM is used as the first-level selection within a menu system.

You may associate a user function or validation routine by adding the name of the function to the argument list of the constructor (shown below). U = 0x0012; // Pull-down Menu Item Help...Wconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT HELP_POP_UP_MENU = 0x0013; // Pop-up Menu Help...\const UI_HELP_CONTEXT HELP_POP_UP_MENU_ITEM = 0x0014; // Pop-up Menu Item Help...Tconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT HELP Help...\const UI_HELP_CONTEXT HELP_FORMATTED_STRING = 0x0004; // Formatted String Help...Pconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT HELP_TEXT = 0x0005; // Text Help...Pconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT HELP_DATE = 0x0006; // DaMANAGER = 0x001B; // Window Manager Help...Yconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT HELP_EVENT_MANAGER = 0x001C; // Event Manager Help...Zconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT HELP_SCREEN_DISPLAY = 0x001D; // Screen Display Help...Wconst UI_HELP_Cé³Åƒ+³Åƒ+Í
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Constructor => UIW_POP_UP_MENU(left, top, menu flags, item)

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Pop-up Menu Item Help...îPOP UP MENU ITEM is used to select a specific action from a pop-up menu.

You may associate a user function or validation routine by adding the name of the function to the argument list of the constructor (shown below). User functions receive messages from Zinc and can be executed when POP UP MENU ITEM is selected, becomes current and/or becomes non-current.

Constructor => UIW_POP_UP_ITEM(text, menu flags, user function, programmer assigned value)

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HELP_MOUSEHHELP_WINDOW_MANAGERIHELP_EVENT_MANAGERJHELP_SCREEN_DISPLAYKHELP_HELP_SYSTEMLHELP_ERROR_SYSTETool-Bar Help...\TOOL BAR is a menu control used to group buttons, icons, and input fields. A tool bar can be static or wrapped when re-sizing the window. It can be independent of or used in conjunction with PULL DOWN MENU.

Constructor => UIW_TOOL_y-back period during which time you can evaluate the software, documentation and Zinc's technical support. If you aren't satisfied for any reason, simply return the product for a full refund of the purchase price. (NOTE: Your reseller may have a differenignificantly affecting performance.

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s Prompt Help...ÚPROMPT is a static control that is used to provide the user with information regarding input fields and program activity.

Constructor => UIW_PROMPT(left, top, text, window flags)

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Group Help...ÊGROUP is a static control that is used to group radio buttons and check boxes.

Constructor => UIW_GROUP(left, top, width, height, text, group flags, window flags)

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Icon Help...ùICON is a static control used to present graphical information. Icons may be used to select a user-defined action.

Constructor => UIW_ICON(left, top, icon name, title, icon flags, window flags, user function)

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Constructor => UIW_STRING(left, top, width, text, maximum length, string flags, window flags, user function)

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C26; // Text Help...Pconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT INFO_DATE = 0x0027; // Date Help...Pconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT INFO_TIME = 0x0028; // Time Help...Rconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT INFO_BIGNUM = 0x0029; // NumKeyboard Help...’KEYBOARD is used to collect information from the keyboard. It is attached to a list that is maintained by the Event Manager (see Event Manager). The KEYBOARD feeds information to the Event Queue when polled by the Event Manager.

The KEYBOARD is attached to the Event Manager at run-time using the Add member function or the overloaded '+' operator:

// Initialize the event manager and attach the keyboard, mouse and cursor devices.
UI_EVENT_MANAGER *eventManager =
new UI_EVENT_MANAGER(display);
*eventManager
+ new UID_KEYBOARD
+ new UID_MOUSE
+ new UID_CURSOR;

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Mouse Help...‚MOUSE is used to collect information from a mouse input device. It is attached to a list which is maintained by Zinc's Event Manager (see Event Manager). The MOUSE feeds input information directly to the Event Queue.

The MOUSE is attached to the Event Manager at run-time using the Add member function or the overloaded '+' operator:

// Initialize the event manager and attach the keyboard, mouse and cursor devices.
UI_EVENT_MANAGER *eventManager =
new UI_EVENT_MANAGER(display);
*eventManager
+ new UID_KEYBOARD
+ new UID_MOUSE
+ new UID_CURSOR;

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Window Manager Help...+Zinc's Window Manager maintains a list of window objects and controls their positioning and their state (e.g., current, non-current).

Event information (whether received from a polled or interrupt driven device) is placed in anR = 0x003B; // Window Manager Help...Yconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT INFO_EVENT_MANAGER = 0x003C; // Event Manager Help...Zconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT INFO_SCREEN_DISPLAY = 0x003D; // Screen Display Help...Wconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT INFO_HELP_SYSTEM = 0x003E; // Help System Help...Xconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT INFO_ERROR_SYSTEM = 0x003F; // Error System Help...Xconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT INFO_FONT_SUPPORT = 0x0040; // Font Support Help...Xconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT HELP_FONT_SUPPORT = 0x0041; // Font Support Help...Zconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT HELP_APPLICATION = 0x0042; // UI_APPLICATION Help...Zconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT HELP_VIDEO = 0x0043; // Video Trainingp...Xconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT HELP_RADIO_BUTTON = 0x000A; // Radio Button Help...Uconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT HELP_CHECK_BOX = 0x000B; // Check Box Help...[const UI_HELP_CONTEXT HELP_HLIST = 0x000C; // Horizer function or validation routine by adding the name of the function to the argument list of the constructor (shown below). User functions receive messages from Zinc and can be executed when STRING is selected, becomes current and/or becomes non-current.
Event Manager Help...mThe backbone of Zinc Application Framework 3.5 is its event-driven architecture. This architecture exploits the power of object-orientation to insulate you from the complexities of the operating environment without restricting your access to environment specific features, like the Microsoft Windows messages or the raw scan codes from the keyboard.

Events are received and processed in a Zinc application with Zinc's Event Manager, Window Manager and Event Mapping. The Event Manager maintains a list of run-time devices. Devices included with the library are the keyboard, mouse, and cursor. A pen input device is included with the optional PenDOS Key. You can also create your own input devices such as serial communications, by deriving a new device from the UI_DEVICE base class.

All events are stored in the event queue in their raw state. Raw event information when running under DOS is the keyboard scan code or mouse state. Under Microsoft Windows or OS/2 it is the native environment message.

Zinc lets you avoid dealing with raw event information (e.g., F1 key, left mouse click, WM_PAINT message), by logically mapping events at the object level (e.g., L_HELP, L_BEGIN_MARK, S_DISPLAY_ACTIVE). Raw input is mapped to the appropriate logical event for the current object. For example, the left mouse click is mapped to L_BEGIN_SELECT if the current object is the window object, and L_BEGIN_MARK if the current object is the text object. This unique feature of Zinc Application Framework permits you to work with event information in a device and object independent fashion and doesn't require you to know specific information about the device that generated the event or the object that receives the event.

The following code demonstrates how the EVENT MANAGER is initialized and how input devices are attached using the overloaded '+' operator:

// Initialize the event manager and attach input devices.
UI_EVENT_MANAGER *eventManager =
new UI_EVENT_MANAGER(display);
*eventManager
+ new UID_KEYBOARD
+ new UID_MOUSE
+ new UID_CURSOR;

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..Screen Display Help...œZinc's display classes abstract hardware or operating-specific display standards, including: Monochrome, Hercules, CGA, EGA, VGA, SVGA, Microsoft Windows, Windows NT, IBM OS/2 and OSF/Motif. Zinc Application Framework for DOS includes a high-performance graphics library as well as support for third party graphics libraries such as Borland, Microsoft, and Zortech.

You can create a display class for your own graphics library by deriving from the UI_DISPLAY base class. You can also create a single executable program that supports both DOS Graphics and DOS Text.

UI_BGI_DISPLAY: Borland Graphics Display
UI_FG_DISPLAY: Zortech Flash Graphics Display
UI_GRAPHICS_DISPLAY: Zinc Graphics Display
UI_MOTIF_DISPLAY: OSF/Motif Display
UI_MSC_DISPLAY: Microsoft Graphics Display
UI_MSWINDOWS_DISPLAY: Microsoft Windows Display
UI_OS2_DISPLAY: IBM OS/2 Display
UI_TEXT_DISPLAY: DOS Text Mode Display

The following code demonstrates how a Zinc DISPLAY CLASS is initialized:

// Initialize MS Windows 3.X display class
UI_DISPLAY *display =
new UI_MSWINDOWS_DISPLAY(instance, hPrevInstance, nCmdShow);

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// Initialize DOS display, trying for graphics first.
UI_DISPLAY *display = new UI_GRAPHICS_DISPLAY;
if (!display->installed)
{
delete display;
display = new UI_TEXT_DISPLAY;
}

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DIHelp System Help...˜Zinc provides a help system to allow you to create context sensitive help screens for your users. HELP SYSTEM is derived from the UI_HELP_SYSTEM class. You may also derive your own help system from this class.

The following code = 0x002F; // Combo-Box Help...Vconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT INFO_SCROLL_BAR = 0x0030; // Scroll-Bar Help...Rconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT INFO_WINDOW = 0x0031; // Window Help...Zconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT INFO_PULL_DOWN_MENU ber Help...Rconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT INFO_BUTTON = 0x002A; // Button Help...Xconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT INFO_RADIO_BUTTON = 0x002B; // Radio Button Help...Uconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT INFO_CHECK_BOX = 0x002C; // CMM HELP_ZINC_DESIGNERN!HELP_PERSISTENT_OBJECTSO"HELP_CLASS_HIERARCHYP# INFO_GENERALQ$ INFO_STRINGR%INFO_FORMATTED_STRINGS& INFO_TEXTT' INFO_DATEU( INFO_TIMEV) INFO_BIGNUMW* INError System Help...vZinc provides an error system to allow you to generate error messages for your users. The ERROR SYSTEM is derived from the UI_ERROR_SYSTEM class. You may also derive your own error system from this class.

The following code demonstrates how a Zinc ERROR SYSTEM is initialized:

UI_WINDOW_OBJECT::errorSystem = new UI_ERROR_SYSTEM;

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Zinc Designer Help...ôZinc 3.5 offers the tightest integration available between an interactive design tool and the supporting class library. Most Windows developers use a resource tool to help create their program interface. Resource tools are language and library independent by design and therefore cannot access all the features of a given class library. This results in a fragmented approach to application development with isolated user functions and non-specific documentation. You are saddled with the not-so-obvious details of integrating your code with both the class library and the resources you create with the resource tool. The seamless integration of Zinc Designer and Zinc 3.5 contrasts sharply with this a la carte approach.

Zinc Designer lets you interactively create your application screens using Zinc objects AND objects that you have derived from Zinc classes. You use a mouse to select windows and window objects from the menu or tool bar and place them on the screen. You can easily customize objects with Zinc Designer's interactive editors. For example, create input fields for formatted information such as a part number or phone number. Just double click on the formatted-string object to open the editor. Now you can enter formatting codes, modify the string identifier, attach context-sensitive help and attach a user function. User functions are attached to input objects, controls and menus via their respective editors. (User procedures can be executed when the field is made current, non-current and/or selected.)

After creating your screens you save them to disk in a platform-independent resource file with a .DAT extension using Zinc POST (Persistent-Object Storage Technology) resources. You add these resources to your application with one line of code. You can also load resources you create with the Windows version of Zinc Designer into the DOS, OS/2, Motif versions and vice versa.

Zinc Designer's complete access to the Zinc class library, straightforward integration of your code and platform-independent, persistent object storage can dramatically enhance your productivity. With Zinc you can focus your efforts on building great applications instead of wasting time trying to integrate your interface tools.

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L_Class Hierarchy Help...f
Zinc Application Framework CLASS HIERARCHY

class UI_APPLICATION

class UI_DISPLAY
- *class UI_BGI_DISPLAY
- *class UI_FG_DISPLAY
- *class UI_GRAPHICS_DISPLAY
- *class UI_TEXT_DISPLAY
- class UI_MOTIF_DISPLAY
- *class UI_MSC_DISPLAY
- class UI_MSWINDOWS_DISPLAY
- class UI_OS2_DISPLAY

class UI_ELEMENT
- class UI_DEVICE
- class UID_CURSOR
- class UID_KEYBOARD
- class UID_MOUSE
- class UID_PENDOS
- class UI_PATH_ELEMENT
- class UI_QUEUE_ELEMENT
- class UI_REGION_ELEMENT
- class UI_WINDOW_OBJECT
- class UIW_BORDER
- class UIW_BUTTON
- class UIW_MAXIMIZE_BUTTON
- class UIW_MINIMIZE_BUTTON
- class UIW_POP_UP_ITEM
- class UIW_PULL_DOWN_ITEM
- class UIW_SYSTEM_BUTTON
- class UIW_TITLE
- class UIW_ICON
- class UIW_PROMPT
- class UIW_STRING
- class UIW_BIGNUM
- class UIW_DATE
- class UIW_FORMATTED_STRING
- class UIW_INTEGER
- class UIW_REAL
- class UIW_TIME
- *class UIW_WINDOW
- class UI_WINDOW_MANAGER
- class UIW_COMBO_BOX
- class UIW_GROUP
- class UIW_HZ_LIST
- class UIW_POP_UP_MENU
- class UIW_PULL_DOWN_MENU
- class UIW_SCROLL_BAR
- class UIW_TEXT
- class UIW_TOOL_BAR
- class UIW_VT_LIST

class UI_ERROR_SYSTEM
class UI_HELP_SYSTEM
class UI_INTERNATIONAL
- class UI_BIGNUM
- class UI_DATE
- class UI_TIME

class UI_LIST
- class UI_EVENT_MANAGER
- class UI_LIST_BLOCK
- class UI_QUEUE_BLOCK
- class UI_PATH
- class UI_REGION_LIST
- *class UI_BGI_DISPLAY
- *class UI_FG_DISPLAY
- *class UI_GRAPHICS_DISPLAY
- *class UI_TEXT_DISPLAY
- *class UI_MSC_DISPLAY
- *class UIW_WINDOW

class UI_STORAGE
class UI_STORAGE_OBJECT

struct UI_EVENT
struct UI_EVENT_MAP
struct UI_ITEM
struct UI_KEY
struct UI_PALETTE
struct UI_PALETTE_MAP
struct UI_POSITION
struct UI_REGION
struct UI_SCROLL_INFORMATION

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String Help...ˆSTRING is used to enter, modify and display single-line alphanumeric string information. String flags determine formatting of the string including: no formatting, upper-case, lower-case, password and variable name (where spaces are converted to the underscore character).

NOTE: With the Password flag set, STRING accepts input characters but only displays a blank space to the screen.

Formatted String Help...°FORMATTED STRING is used to enter, modify and display alphanumeric information in a pre-defined format that you specify, such as phone number, part number or serial number.

Text Help...¸TEXT is used to enter, modify and display multiple-line text information. It features mark, cut, copy, paste, word wrap, home, end, page-up, page-down, word-left, word-right, etc.

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UI Date Help... DATE is used to enter, display and modify country-independent date information. 15 date specific flags determine appropriate display formatting, including: U.S., European, Japanese, military, short (day, month, year), slash, zero fill, upper case and lower case.

Time Help...TIME is used to enter, modify and display country-independent time information. 13 time specific flags determine the appropriate display formatting, including: colon separator, zero fill, hours, minutes, seconds, 12 Hour, 24 Hour, upper case and lower case.

Number Help...FBIGNUM is used to enter, modify and display country-independent numeric information. BIGNUM has a default maximum value of 30 digits to the left and 8 digits to the right of the decimal. Six number flags determine how the number is dispmework along with the complete source code to the class library and the designer.

In addition to powerful multiplatform technology and over 1,400 pages of detailed documentation, Zinc offers a four-hour, videotape training series. The videotape series nc Application Framework, Zinc Designer, and Zinc POST are trademarks of Zinc Software Incorporated. All other trademarks or tradenames used herein are owned by their respective companies.

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Radio Button Help...³RADIO BUTTON is a button control that allows only one item in a group to be selected. RADIO BUTTON is a button with the BTF_RADIO_BUTTON button flag set in the argument list.

Check Box Help...«CHECK BOX is a button control that allows multiple items in a group to be selected. CHECK BOX is a button with the BTF_CHECK_BOX button flag set in the argument list.

BAR = 0x0035; // Tool-Bar Help...Rconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT INFO_PROMPT = 0x0036; // Prompt Help...Qconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT INFO_GROUP = 0x0037; // Group Help...Pconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT INFO_ICON Horizontal List Help...HORIZONTAL LIST is used to enter, modify and display related information in row and column format. You can add a scroll bar to horizontally scroll the list. A wide variety of window objects can be placed in HORIZONTAL LIST, including: input fields, icons and controls.

Vertical List Help...
VERTICAL LIST is used to enter, modify and display related information in a vertical list format. You can add a scroll bar to vertically scroll the list. A wide variety of window objects can be placed in VERTICAL LIST, including: input fields, icons and controls.

Combo-Box Help...uCOMBO BOX is a combination input field and vertical list. COMBO BOX can contain input fields, icons and buttons.

ON = 0x0018; // Icon Help...Tconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT HELP_KEYBOARD = 0x0019; // Keyboard Help...Qconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT HELP_MOUSE = 0x001A; // Mouse Help...Zconst UI_HELP_CONTEXT HELP_WINDOW_Scroll-Bar Help...uSCROLL BAR is a selectable region used to scroll the displayed portion of a window, list box or text input field.

Window Help...¤WINDOW is a rectangular region of the display used as the controlling structure for window objects. Zinc supports parent, child, MDI, modal and dialog windows.

Pull-down Menu Help...áNOTE: MS Windows does not allow a pull-down menu in a child window. However, this feature IS demonstrated in DOS, OS/2 and Motif .

PULL DOWN MENU is used to organize and control pull-down menu items (PULL DOWN ITEMS).

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You can create a display class for your own graphics library by deriving from the UI_DISPLAY base class. You can alHelp System Help...×Zinc provides a help system to allow you to create context sensitive help screens for your users. HELP SYSTEM is derived from the UI_HELP_SYSTEM class. You may also derive your own help system from this class.

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Font Support Help...çZinc allows multiple font support in DOS Graphics, Microsoft Windows, Windows NT, IBM OS/2, and OSF/Motif. The three fonts above are provided with Zinc, but you may define more fonts if needed.

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Zinc strings allow you to perform edit functions such as mark, cut, copy and paste both within the string itself and among any other edit object (e.g., number, text, date).

You may associate a usr function or validation routine by adding the name of the function to the argument list of the constructor (shown below). User functions receive messages from Zinc and can be executed when DATE is selected, becomes current and/or becomes non-current.

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DATE examines the country information provided by the operating system to display the appropriate format. For example, the date 12/25/92 will display as 25/12/92 if a European country code is detected.

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UI_APPLICATION Help.../The UI_APPLICATION class significantly reduces the number of steps required to create a Zinc application. UI_APPLICATION allows you to write one line of code to initialize the main routine, create the appropriate display for DOS Text, DOS Graphics, Microsoft Windows and Windows NT, IBM OS/2 and OSF/Motif; initialize the Event Manager and attach the Keyboard, Mouse and Cursor input devices; and create the Window Manager. The UI_APPLICATION class also has a member function to procere in one environment can be retrieved at run-time into any other environment that Zinc supports.

Some class libraries provide a type of object persistence. However these products use the concept of streamable objects, which is essentially a flat-file Reserved.

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