5 edition of HyperTalk programming found in the catalog.
|Series||Hayden Macintosh library books|
|LC Classifications||QA76.73.H96 S52 1988b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 557 p.,  folded leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||557|
|LC Control Number||88061960|
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HyperTalk The Book [Dan Winkler, Scot Kamins, Jeanne DeVoto] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. HyperTalk The BookCited by: 2. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Sous-titre de la couv.: HyperTalk programming book VersionIncludes HyperTalk Language Poster. "Hayden books.". Additional Physical Format: Online version: Shafer, Dan.
HyperTalk programming. Indianapolis, Ind., USA: Hayden Books, © (OCoLC) Document Type. This work is the official description of HyperTalk, the HyperCard Script Language.
In addition to a description of the commands and structure of the language, the book includes numerous sample HyperTalk programs and the most recent HyperCard Version /5(1). HyperTalk has a lot of functions, HyperTalk programming book if you need something it does not have, the Macintosh HyperTalk programming book and ToolBox might have it.
Indeed, Macintosh programming sometimes seems like an endless series of calls to the Mac ROMS. Most ToolBox traps and routines can be called from XCMDs, with certain restrictions and limitations, outlined below. However, perhaps the most complete reference to HyperTalk is the book series "HyperTalk: The Book".
Initially published with a focus HyperTalk programming book HyperTalka later HyperTalk programming book was released to cover HyperTalk As well as including a description of all the language terms in the language, the book highlights some bugs and limits of the language. Hypertalk, a computer programming language designed in as “programming for the rest of us” by American HyperTalk programming book scientist Bill Atkinson for Apple’s Macintosh.
Using a simple English-like syntax, Hypertalk enabled anyone to combine text, graphics, and audio quickly into “linked stacks” that could be navigated by clicking with a mouse on standard buttons supplied by the program. programming environment.
Compileltf translates the HyperTalk language into machine language, and packages the result as a HyperCard HyperTalk programming book command (XCMD) or function (XFCN) which can then be used from any HyperCard script.
Compileltf also provides many File Size: 7MB. SuperCard is a Macintosh development environment. It is very similar to the venerable, and now defunct, HyperCard. It is made and sold by Solutions Etcetera. The latest version,was released late in and supports the creation of Universal binaries HyperTalk programming book.
programs that. Even clumsy scripters can write HyperTalk programs to perform almost any task; the test of the scripter's skill is in whether or not those programs are efficient, easy to read, and elegant. Programming "elegance" is a HyperTalk programming book that's hard to define, but you'll know it when you see it.
Elegant programs accomplish a great deal with seeming simplicity. This guide is designed to introduce teachers and students to the use of the HyperTalk programming language HyperTalk programming book order to extend the power of HyperCard and to suggest ways to HyperTalk programming book HyperCard in conjunction with HyperTalk in an educational setting.
It is noted that previous familiarity with the HyperTalk programming book interface, Home stack, and HyperCard at the authoring level are necessary for using this Cited by: 1. A Hypercard application is known as a “Stack”.
A Stack is made up of Hypercard objects. A Stack is made up of Hypercard HyperTalk programming book and graphics (such as the book in Fig. Each of these objects contains a Script. The Script language is called Hypertalk and is based on English and influenced by Pascal.
HyperTalk A verbose semicompiled language by Bill Atkinson and Dan Winkler, with loose syntax and high readability. HyperTalk uses HyperCard as an object management system, development environment and interface builder. Programs are organised into "stacks" of "cards", each of which may have "buttons" and "fields".
All data storage is in zero-terminated. Flash's ActionScript is a derivation of HyperCard's HyperTalk scripting language. Scripting, too, was heavily influenced by HyperCard and its programming language, HyperTalk. If you use ActionScript in Flash, you're essentially programming in a derivation of HyperTalk.
This, of course, is ironic, given Apple's current jihad against all things. About the book: Introduces the features of the HyperTalk programming language, shows how to use it to create applications, and includes practical examples and exercises Click on.
The book does not cover multiple inheritance, exceptions, templates, protected inheritance, volatile, Booleans, the Standard Template Library, or RTTI. I have not found an alternative book. Instead, beginners could start by programming useful objects in HyperTalk within the Hypercard environment.
When they need more, they might move on to C++. This book and three accompanying floppy disks introduce HyperCard for the Macintosh microcomputer and its programming component, HyperTalk, to educators.
The first four chapters introduce the basics of HyperCard, including its structure, which is based on a hierarchy of units; the use of tools and graphics; and ways of linking information using HyperCard's built-in authoring : George H. Culp, G. Morgan Watkins. Somehow, though, text processing in Java taught me that programming against the grain of a language is difficult, and that it makes sense to choose a language based on the tasks I want to perform.
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HyperTalk, which was part of the programming environment called HyperCard, allowed - Selection from Beginning AppleScript® [Book]. Here is an uncategorized list of online programming books available for free download.
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This is a book about the programming constructs we use to build distributed. The language used in Apple's Mac-only RAD HyperCard. HyperTalk was designed by BillAtkinson to encourage 'programming for the rest of us'. It is a deceptively powerful and extensible language that introduced a lot of people to the basics of programming through a simple English-like syntax, making it easy to learn quickly enough to write off the top of your head, then hack around while you're.
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Step 4: Graphics 1 - a Circle. Now add to the beginning of the code: and to the end: circle, so that it looks like this: print "Hello, world!" circle, history: HyperCard was created by William Atkinson in HyperTalk was the scripting language built into HyperCard.
“Apple Computer Company created a product called HyperCard for use in dealing with hypertext and hypermedia on their Macintosh computer. HyperTalk is HyperCard’s programming language. HyperTalk, Cluj-Napoca. 79 likes.
HyperTalk is a cloud-based infrastructure that provides video collaboration services such as web meetings, webinars, helpdesk, online training or any live event.
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An Electronic Book: HyperCard and the Uses of Computers in Literature and easy-to-Iearn HyperTalk programming language, which makes it possible to program I chose to subtitle my paper "the uses of computers in literature" because I think this phrase.
But one of the best thing aboutf Hypercard is that it was promoting open-source software. In fact, HyperTalk is an interpreted programming language, and the HyperCard software initially acted as both an authoring tool for developing software and a player for running the a user, this concept was extremely interesting, as one could obtain a stack (a program) made by someone else, run.
About the Book Author Stef Maruch got her hands on an original K Mac in and has been writing about computers ever since. She has over fifteen years’ experience in instructional design, writing, and editing end-user computer manuals, including tutorials and user’s guides for Apple Newton, HyperCard and HyperTalk, and DVD Studio Pro.
HyperTalk. put "10,20,30,40"&return&"," into array -- 「&return&」は改行を意味する put item 2 of line 1 of array + item 2 of line 2 of array into A answer "A="&A -- 「A=」とダイアログに表示 C. Scripting in HyperTalk, unlike most programming languages, is extremely easy for non-programmers to understand because its syntax is so similar to English.
The common example of how readable HyperTalk is is the phrase: put the first word of the third line of field. There are a lot of websites where you can start practicing programming problems. but I think, it is worthwhile to read some books (I will update this list as and when I remember ;)) while you practice such as: 1.
Structure and Interpretation of. The HyperTalk programming language was created in by Dan Winkler. Many freeware stacks were circulated that performed a wide variety of functions.
An address book was just one of these. Stacks could be modified by the user to suit the needs of the user. Some HyperCard stacks were developed as commercial enterprises.
HyperCard is application software and a programming tool for Apple Macintosh and Apple IIGS computers. It is among the first successful hypermedia systems before the World Wide Web.
It combines database abilities with a graphical, flexible, user-modifiable interface. HyperCard also features. AppleScript was released in October as part of System pdf 7 Pro, the first major upgrade to System 7).
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Reading, Wadsworth. ISBN: X: tutorial guide; a good way to get started with HyperCard: Culp, George, and G. Morgan Watkins. (). The Educator's Guide to Hypercard and Hypertalk, Revised .