Applications Programmer


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Applications Programmer

A computer programmer who writes programs to be used on a certain software system. An applications programmer is different from a systems programmer, who designs the software itself.
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This robust set of tools assists applications programmers in developing Internet-enabled and multiplayer games for Cyber Park, and offers a guide for converting existing stand-alone games into networked or multiplayer games.
MainView for DB2 provides DBAs and applications programmers with comprehensive displays and reports that include information about data sharing, group buffer pool activity and status, and global locking, as well as thread usage of these global resources.
By setting specific properties and methods, applications programmers can quickly include operations for copying, deleting, moving files, and searching for keywords.
To meet the critical needs of game, multimedia, CAD, virtual reality and visual simulation applications programmers, Intel's 3DR Version 2 offers key features not found in 3D graphics technologies available today for the Windows environment, including: True color model at all pixel depths, including 8-, 16- and 24-bit modes; An X/Y zoom capability that gives programmers complete control over balancing trade offs between image quality and frame rates; Seamless scalability providing an upward migration path to future higher performance Pentium and P6 processors; Full compatibility with Windows 3.
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