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Programming the Display PostScript System with X

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Published by Addison-Wesley Pub. Co. in Reading, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • PostScript (Computer program language),
  • X Window System (Computer system)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementAdobe Systems Incorporated.
    ContributionsAdobe Systems.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.73.P67 P77 1993
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1517151M
    ISBN 100201622033
    LC Control Number93202534

    SIPB Book Catalog Incomplete -- contact zhangc (at) mit (dot) edu if you're interested in continuing cataloging efforts Programming the Display PostScript System with X: Adobe Systems Incorporated: Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., c UNIX System V network programming: Stephen A. Rago: Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley, c Software tools and techniques for global software development. Dr. Dobb's features articles, source code, blogs,forums,video tutorials, and audio podcasts, as well as articles from Dr. Dobb's Journal, , C/C++ Users Journal, and Software Development magazine.

    The PostScript programming language1 1 History and overview The primary advantages of the programming language PostScript are that it is simple, efficient, and platform-independent. It is an interpreted language, but the interpreter is simple enough that it does not overburden Size: 37KB. The X Protocol is the information that is exchanged between the client and the server of the X Win-dow system. It is the protocol that enables X to work. It is the existence of this protocol for such an information interchange that enables the client and the server of X Window to be network connected in contrast to being on the one Size: 1MB.

    California, wrote the PostScript Level 2 and PDF interpreter Ghostscript in the C programming language. The program runs on most operating systems, including MS-DOS, Windows 3.x, Wind Windows NT, OS/2, Macintosh, Unix, and VAX/ VMS, and has been File Size: KB. Like other computer languages, PostScript supports different types of data, such as numbers, arrays, and strings. A PostScript program can have loops, conditionals, and procedures. The language resembles the programming language Forth somewhat. The syntax of the language is described in the so-called Red Book which can be found here. As with.


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Programming the Display Postscript System With X (APL) Paperback – January 1, by Adobe Systems (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" Author: Adobe Systems. This book explains how to write applications that describe information for the screen and printer using the Display PostScript system.

Through discussion, pictures, diagrams, and sample code, specific tips and techniques of writing graphically sophisticated applications are covered.

This book explains how to write applications that describe information for the screen and printer using the Display PostScript system.

Through discussion, pictures, diagrams, and sample code, Read more. Display PostScript system, introduces the C header files that represent the Client Library interface, and discusses the use of wrapped procedures.

Section 4, “Basic Client Library Facilities,” explains the basic concepts an application programmer needs to know before writing a simple application for the Display PostScript Size: KB. Find many great new & used options and get the Programming the Display PostScript System with X book deals for Programming the Display PostScript System with X by Inc.

Staff Adobe Systems (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. However, PostScript was written with printing in mind, and had numerous features that made it unsuitable for direct use in an interactive display system.

In particular, PS was based on the idea of collecting up PS commands until the showpage command was seen, at which point all of the commands read up to that point were interpreted and ed by: John Warnock, Chuck Geschke.

• The Display PostScript System Software Development Kit for the X Window System, available from Adobe Systems. • On Adobe’s public access file server. Using the file server is described in the preface of this book.

• The Display PostScript system release provided by your system vendor. Note. Programming the Display PostScript System with X by Adobe Systems Inc starting at $ Programming the Display PostScript System with X has 1 available editions to.

The Display PostScript system ships as part of the NeXTstep window system and is available as an extension to the X Windows System. This book, Programming the Display PostScript system with NeXTstep, is written for the NeXT programming environment; however, much of the information it contains applies to all Display PostScript developers.

The. Display PostScript (or DPS) is a 2D graphics engine system for computers which uses the PostScript (PS) imaging model and language (originally developed for computer printing) to generate on-screen the basic PS system, DPS adds a number of features intended to ease working with bitmapped displays and improve performance of some common tasks.

This book is a great start to postscript programming, but it leaves out some very important details. I found that if you wanted to include images into your postscript file this book is no help at all.

Most of the examples in the book you can find on the web, and if you dig a little you will find this entire book in pdf format on the web/5(7).

I have not mentioned [and ] which are used for branching. Basically, ] brings you back in the drawing at the point where the corresponding [was issued. They are easily implemented in PostScript using gsave and grestore, used to push and pop the graphics context on and off the stack.

L-systems in PostScript. The plants on this page were all rendered using this PostScript program by simply. X Window System TM. C programming language. PostScript TM. The Display PostScript TM System (DPS) olwm window manager.

XView TM toolkit. How This Book Is Organized. Although you can read this book in sequence, it is designed for you to read only those chapters of interest. This book serves both as an overview and as a reference document. Postscript is a programming language that was designed to specify the layout of the printed page.

Postscript printers and postscript display software use an interpreter to convert the page description into the displayed graphics.

The following information is designed as a first tutorial to the postscript language. X Window System. C programming language. PostScript. The Display PostScript System (DPS) olwm window manager. XView toolkit. How This Book Is Organized.

Although you can read this book in sequence, it is designed for you to read only those chapters of interest. This book serves both as an overview and as a reference document.

The first popup button will be displaying all available font families on the system, while the second will contain all available font types (such as bold, italic, etc) for any selected font family in the first popup. Label will show the PostScript name of the selected font family and type, formatted accordingly.

Contents PREFACE ix POSTSCRIPT LANGUAGE TUTORIAL CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION POSTSCRIPT as a Page Description Language 1 POSTSCRIPT as a Programming Language 4 CHAPTER 2 STACK AND ARITHMETIC The POSTSCRIPT Stack 7 Arithmetic 8 Interactive Stack Operators 12 New Operator Summaries 14 Operator Summary 15 CHAPTER 3.

Display PostScript and X imaging, mixing CLX Display PostScript Client Library. See Client Library Display PostScript Toolkit TK-1–59 procedures TK–33 type definitions TK-3 DPS procedure name prefix CL DPS_DEF_TOKENTYPE CL dps_err_closedDisplay CLX dps_err_deadContext CLX dps_err_encodingCheck CLX dps_err.

The PostScript® language is a simple interpretive programming lan-guage with powerful graphics capabilities. Its primary application is to describe the appearance of text, graphical shapes, and sampled images on printed or displayed pages.

A program in this language can commu-nicate a description of a document from a composition system to a. CGI Examples with PostScript. PostScript is a language for laying out nicely designed pages with all kinds of fonts, pictures, and other things that HTML is not capable of displaying.

PostScript on the screen often looks exactly like a page from a book or journal. similar item refers to a product that contains PostScript technology created or licensed by Adobe Systems Incorporated, not to one that purports to be merely compatible.

Adobe, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Type Manager, Chameleon, Display PostScript, Frame-Maker, Minion, Myriad, Photoshop, PostScript, PostScript 3, and the PostScript logo areFile Size: 7MB.ten in or support the PostScript language.

The sentences in this book that use “PostScript language” as an adjective phrase are so constructed to reinforce that the name refers to the standard language definition as set forth by Adobe Systems Incorporated.

PostScript, the PostScript logo, Display PostScript, Adobe, the Adobe logo, Adobe. Audible free book: PostScript is more than just a 2D graphics language, it's a fully operational programming language .