The Complete HyperCard 2.2 Handbook
Fourth Edition (Volume 1)
About the Book
This book is the first of a two volume set. This was done to accommodate our printing process. Click here to see Volume 2.
Originally published in 1993, this handbook to Hypercard remains the leading guide to this innovative programming language developed by Apple for the common computer user in an attempt to lower the barrier between what you want a computer to do, and how a computer really does it. This handbook covers up to version 2.2 and includes: Applescript support, user interface elements, additions to the HyperTalk scripting language, and the creation of personal application. Over 500,000 copies in print!
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About the Author
Danny Goodman is the author of The Complete HyperCard 2.2 Handbook, an all-time bestseller and winner of the "best book" award from the Computer Press Association. His AppleScript Handbook, currently in its second edition, is the book most often recommended by experienced scripters. At the end of an article on a third-party script editor in MacWeek magazine, reviewer Don Crabb rated the AppleScipt Handbook "excellent." The second edition covers not only the basics of AppleScript, but in-depth coverage of scripting the Finder and how to interpret the scripting dictionaries of scriptable applications. AppleScript is an important facet of the new Apple OS 8.5.
Author of more than 20 computer trade books, he has written extensively for MacWorld and MacUser magazines. Outside of work, Mr. Goodman enjoys playing his grand piano, model railroading, and scanning the airwaves as an amateur (ham) radio enthusiast. Visit his web site at www.dannyg.com to learn more about this versatile author and consultant.