Advanced UNIX Programming in Cby Marc J. Rochkind
The value of this book lies in its ability to draw out the UNIX system's magnificent blend of simplicity and power - the strengths, weaknesses, and underlying rationale contained in each UNIX design feature. Shows how, when, and why system calls are used in important UNIX versions to interface user subroutines and commands with Kernel facilities. Now systems programmers, software engineers, and C/UNIX users can cover UNIX system calls easily and portable with this complete, detailed, how-to reference.
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