Antennas and Radiowave Propagation (Mcgraw Hill Series in by Robert E. Collin

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In this case we have only one, used when Start is selected. hrh file is an include file that is used by both the resource file and the C++ code which handles the events. 7. 12 show the application source files. They are written to be common across all platforms. This is a good general practice since it makes for more portable code. It also illustrates the similarities of the application structures between the various Symbian OS platforms. Type the code as shown into their respective files and place them in the src directory.

Smartphones come in many different shapes and sizes with varying screen sizes and user input capabilities; the user interface software needs to vary to fit these differences. Symbian OS has a flexible architecture that allows for different user interfaces to exist on top of the core operating system functionality. Of course, it is not wise to be too flexible for two reasons: having too many different user interfaces inhibits code reuse among different devices and too much work is required by the OEM to create a GUI from scratch for their smartphone.

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