Publisher: MIS, 1989, 562 pages
Push X to the limit
Written for developers, programmers, and users who want to keep pace with America's best-selling database software.
Loaded with source code and illustrations, this book exposes the ingenious intricacies of this new vendor-independent, hardware-independent graphical windowing system developed by MIT.
Delineates in detail X Window programming involving both C and UNIX.
Comprehensive tutorial teaches you to build a full-fledged X Window application one program at a time.
Includes complete details on widget sets — programming libraries of useful tools programmers can use over and over again.
Minimize time and effort needed to manage "Events" in X.
11 good reasons to read this book
Complete tutorial and reference guide in one.
A good introduction, but anyone of a sane mind wouldn't program X at this level!