This one-of-a-kind text provides a thorough understanding of the fundamentals of ObjectARX and an understanding of the underlying AutoCAD database structure. While intended for users who have experience with C++, Microsoft's Visual C++ products, and AutoCAD, this text is the place to start for beginners interested in ObjectARX and AutoCAD. Written and presented in a style that is easy to follow, the text includes topics such as: the ADS development system as it applies to ObjectARX today; understanding AutoCAD's database and entity structure; Windows interface elements in ObjectARX; data storage; transactions and transaction managers. All topics are reinforced with sample applications and source code.
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McAuley is a former Mechanical Engineer, and is a member of Autodesk's Developer Consulting Group based in Dublin, Ireland.
Bill Kramer has written for magazines, nonprofits, corporations, theater, and film. Several of his plays have been produced, and two of his screenplays have won independent film festival awards. He has traveled extensively in America and throughout the world, including multiple trips to India. For nearly thirty years, he has practiced meditation and as a result, is deeply interested in the way individuals attempt to integrate spiritual beliefs with the challenging circumstances of real world social agendas. Unexpected Grace, his first book, reflects this interest. Kramer lives with his wife and son in Cleveland Heights, Ohio.
Getting Started. Introduction. Programming AutoCAD Using AutoLISP, Visual Basic, ADS, and ObjectARX 2.0: Which One? What Version of C++? Why You Should Learn MFC. Dynamic Link Libraries (DLL). ARX Entry Point - arcxEntryPoint(). Creating Your First ARX Application: Creating the DLL, Starter Files, Inserting Files into the Visual C++ Project, Project Settings, and Modifying the Starter Files. Running the Hello1 ARX Application. Elements of the ARX Hello1 Application. Creating an ARX Application with a Custom Class: Creating an Application with a Class Derived from AcRxObject, Creating the CHelloClass, Running the Hello2 ARX Application, and Elements of the ARX Hello2 Application. Creating an ARX Application Using MFC: Creating an AppWizard MFC DLL., Modification of the AppWizard Generated Files, Project Settings for ARX/MFC, Elements of the ObjectARX Template Files, and Adding a New Class to the ARX/MFC Application. Debugging ObjectARX with the MSVC++5.x IDE.
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Descripción Delmar Cengage Learning, 2000. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 1. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX076680643X
Descripción Delmar Pub, 2000. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Brand New. paperback/cd-rom edition. 676 pages. 8.75x7.00x1.50 inches. In Stock. Nº de ref. de la librería 076680643X