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by Julie McKeehan

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This volume describes the NewtonScript development environment and teaches the reader how to write Newton software on the Macintosh. Key features include: hands-on Newton development training with a sample code created specifically for the Newton with NewtonScript; an introduction to the basics of the object-oriented paradigm, to facilitate use of NewtonScript; and the inclusion of a high-density floppy disk containing source codes for all the programming examples in the book. Note that the systems requirement for the software includes, Macintosh with 68020 processor or higher, 8Mb RAM, System 7.0 or later.

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