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  • links you'll need: The Symbian Foundation developer website Symbian OS error codes on NewLC.com. Forum Nokia The biggest Symbian-related discussion forum
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  • particular handsets run a third party mobile operating system (WindowsMobile, Symbian*, Blackberry, Android, iOS). A mobile operating system is the software
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  • allegiance to Windows, Symbian said its final goodbye in mid-2013. Any individuals or companies still attached to the Symbian OS will be offered support
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  • the most popular Operating System (OS) for Smartphones in the market: Symbian. It is a widely available and the global market leader. Among its principal
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  • Series80(SymbianOS) and uiTron("WorkplaceClientTech MicroEd". IBM Workplace Client Technology, MicroEdition. ). MIDP 2.0 CLDC 1.1 JTWI CDC Foundation Profile
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  • Software Quality Assurance SQL\400 Switching from Mac OS X to Windows 7 Symbian Systems Of Logic TeX The Performance Guide Theos Tutorials for iOS TI-Basic
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  • unique copies of variables. Symbian OS uses a similar concept to fibers in its Active Scheduler. An Active object (Symbian OS) contains one fiber to be
    823 bytes (25,515 words) - 18:46, 1 December 2015
  • eBooks formatted for reading on your Palm, PocketPC, Zaurus, Rocketbook, or Symbian cellphone" obtained from Project Gutenberg and other sources formatted
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  • function, the class is typesafe to its users. The templated class is thin Symbian OS relies on this idiom a lot. For example, template <class T> class
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  • unique copies of variables. Symbian OS uses a similar concept to fibers in its Active Scheduler. An Active object (Symbian OS) contains one fiber to be
    196 bytes (25,650 words) - 03:11, 8 May 2010
  • (Panasonic), Motorola, Nokia, Openwave, Starfish Software, Psion and Symbian. Their initiative's goals were to create a universal language from the
    4 KB (88,050 words) - 12:36, 12 November 2013