* Статья. "Библиотека. REXXIO Library Features". Автор: LesTec Pty Ltd, 2016
* Книги по Object Rexx вынес в самостоятельный раздел. Добавил 8 книг.
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|1||Automation of Windows Applications with Object Rexx||https://wi.wu-wien.ac.at||pdf, dll, примеры||https://wi.wu-wien.ac.at|
|This master thesis with the subject “Automation of Windows Applications with Object Rexx” is a reference work. It will help in obtaining solutions to Automation problems with Object Rexx. Object Rexx code examples explain many fields of the Automation technology. This paper was written for the Associate Professorship of Computer Science in Economics III and New Media of Prof. Dr. Rony G. Flatscher at the University of Augsburg.
First, there is an introduction to the Component Object Model. After that, the ActiveX Automation technology is explained theoretically and then practically with Object Rexx samples. Often the Object Rexx samples are explained with the source code of another language like Visual Basic Script. It will help solve Automation problems with Object Rexx through the comparative analysis of possible solutions. This is necessary because in the most cases there is only Visual Basic Script and no Object Rexx instruction available. Also included in this paper is a list of sources for more information, a description of tools and an introduction of the embedding of Object Rexx in HTML/XML. The Object Rexx OLEObject class is described with examples. The Automation technology is explained by Microsoft Office components, the MS Agent technology, MS Speech technology, Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) and Windows Script Host (WSH). These technologies are described theoretically and then practically with Object Rexx scripts. Then there is an introduction to MS.NET and a description of access possibilities of MS.NET functions with Object Rexx or other languages via OLE. This is significant because Object Rexx has no language compiler for the .NET Framework. In the end are some examples, which describe how to use this technology in the economical environment.
The terms ActiveX and OLE are used synonym. All Object Rexx scripts have Visual Basic, Visual Basic Script or JScript codes as draft. Each Object Rexx script can also be written with these languages.
|2||Object Rexx and windows automation interface|
|Автор||Rony G. Flatscher||Дата||2004|
|In the Windows world the scripting respectively remote controlling of Windows and Windows applications is usually realized via the COM-based OLE/ActiveXAutomation Interfaces. Unfortunately, many times the documentation of the available interfaces is either not available or in a form which does not serve very well as reference for Object REXX programmers.
Usually, the available OLE/ActiveX-interfaces can be interrogated and therefore it becomes possible to analyze the interfaces (functions/methods with their signatures and return values as well as interceptable events) at runtime. This article describes the architecture of a set of Object REXX programs for interrogating and rendering the documented interfaces into HTML employing CSS and embedding Object REXX code. For non-Object REXX programmers a Windows Script Component (WSC) is devised, which allows e.g. C++, Visual Basic (Script) programmers to employ this particular functionality, which is implemented in Object REXX.
Exploiting the scriptability of the Internet Explorer it is applied as a GUI for some of the presented interrogation applications.
|3||Object Rexx for Windows. Object REXX for Windows (RxMath)|
|RxMath is a REXX utility package that enables you to use enhanced mathematical functions.
The function names in the REXX Mathematical Functions package are similar to the names of their corresponding mathematical functions.
The precision of calculation depends on:
* The value specified when the command is issued
* The numeric digits settings of the calling REXX activity
|4||Object Rexx for Windows. OODialog Method Reference|
|This book describes the OODialog class library in Object REXX for Windows Version 2.1, and how to use it to program user interfaces.
This book is intended for Object REXX programmers who want to design graphical user interfaces for their applications.
This book is structured in two parts.
Part 1 is a tutorial. It is organized as a guided tour through different functions and classes and uses examples that are enhanced from chapter to chapter.
Part 2 is intended as reference material. It describes the classes and methods in detail.
|5||Object Rexx for Windows. Programming Guide|
|This book describes the Object-Oriented REstructured eXtended eXecutor, or Object REXX programming language. In the following, it is called REXX unless compared to its traditional predecessor.
This book is aimed at developers familiar with Windows® who want to use REXX for object-oriented programming, or a mix of traditional and object-oriented programming.
This book assumes you are already familiar with the techniques of traditional structured programming, and uses them as a springboard for quickly understanding REXX and, in particular, Object REXX. This approach is designed to help experienced programmers get involved quickly with the REXX language, exploit its virtues, and become productive fast.
Anyone interested in getting a basic understanding of object-oriented concepts should read this book. Experienced programmers can learn about the REXX language and how it is like and unlike other structured programming languages. Programmers who want to broaden their programming knowledge
can learn object-oriented programming with REXX. Users already experienced with REXX can learn about object-oriented programming (OO) in general, and OO programming with REXX in particular.
Programmers who want to make their applications (typically coded in C) scriptable by REXX, extend the REXX language, or control REXX scripts from other applications should read the application programming interface (API) information.
|6||Object Rexx for Windows. Reference|
|This book describes the Object REXX Interpreter, called interpreter or language processor in the following, and the Object-Oriented REstructured eXtended eXecutor (REXX) language.
This book is intended for people who plan to develop applications using REXX. Its users range from the novice, who might have experience in some programming language but no REXX experience, to the experienced application developer, who might have had some experience with Object REXX.
This book is a reference rather than a tutorial. It assumes you are already familiar with object-oriented programming concepts.
Descriptions include the use and syntax of the language and explain how the language processor “interprets” the language as a program is running.
|7||Object Rexx for Windows. REXX FTP Library Functions (RxFtp)||pdf, scripts|
|RxFtp is a REXX File Transfer Protocol (FTP) application program interface (API) package that provides access to FTP commands from your REXX program. This documentation covers version 2.3 of the RxFtp API.
The RxFtp function names are similar to those of their corresponding FTP commands. It is assumed that you are familiar with the basic FTP. For information on the FTP commands, refer to the TCP/IP or FTP documentation provided with your operating system.
The RxFtp package requires TCP/IP support to be active on your system.
The FTP client runs on your local system and the FTP server runs on a remote system.
|8||Object Rexx for Windows. REXX TCP/IP Socket Library Functions (RxSock)|
|RxSock is a REXX function package providing access to the TCP/IP socket APIs available to the C programming environment. Most of the functions described in this reference are similar to the corresponding C functions available in the TCP/IP socket library.
It is assumed that you are familiar with the basic socket APIs and can reference those specific to the system. For more information, refer to the book Internetworking with TCP/IP, Volume I: Principles, Protocols and Architecture by Douglas Comer (Prentice Hall PTR).
The RxSock package requires TCP/IP support to be active on your system.