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Class(y) Menu Demonstration

This file accompanies the Class(y) menu demonstration program. The program
implements an object-oriented pull-down menu system, and is provided with
complete source code as well as a run-time version of the Class(y) library,
which allows the menu classes to be used without restrictions as part of
any Clipper 5.01 program.

The demonstration consists of the following files:

File Description
---- -----------

MENUDEMO.PRG Main program - very simple menu shell

BASEMENU.PRG BaseMenu class
MENUBAR.PRG MenuBar class
MENUITEM.PRG MenuItem class
POPUPMEN.PRG PopupMenu class
PULLDNME.PRG PullDnMenu class
WINDOW.PRG Window class (simplified version)

ALT2ALPH.PRG Alt2Alpha() - convert alt keys to alphanumeric equivalent
LIST2ARR.PRG ListAsArray() - Nantucket's list to array conversion

CLASS(Y).CH Main Class(y) header file
ENDCLASS.CH Auxiliary Class(y) header file

CSYDEMO.LIB Class(y) runtime library
COMPILE.BAT Batch file to compile and link MENUDEMO.EXE

No documentation accompanies these programs at this time. This is not
intended as a stand-alone demonstration, but rather is intended to
accompany user group presentations and discussion groups where the code is
discussed separately by the author.

If you have any questions about Class(y), the object-oriented extension for
Clipper 5, please contact the publishers:

Integrated Development Corp
Tel 603-329-5522
603-329-4841 Fax/BBS
800-333-3429 Orders
CIS 70441,2465

The author of Class(y), Anton van Straaten, welcomes any comments or
queries on CIS 70302,2766.

  3 Responses to “Category : Dbase (Clipper, FoxBase, etc) Languages Source Code
Archive   : OOPMENU.ZIP
Filename : READ.ME

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