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System V Interface Definition
     

System V Interface Definition

by AT&T, Unix System Laboratories (Other)
 

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The System V Interface Definition (SVID) specifies an operating system environment that allows users to create applications software that is independent of any particular computer hardware. It specifies the source code interfaces of each operating system component, as well as the run-time behavior seen by an application program or an end-user. The SVID Third Edition

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The System V Interface Definition (SVID) specifies an operating system environment that allows users to create applications software that is independent of any particular computer hardware. It specifies the source code interfaces of each operating system component, as well as the run-time behavior seen by an application program or an end-user. The SVID Third Edition (SVID 3) Volumes 1 through 4 are organized into a Base System Definition and a series of Extension Definitions.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780201566550
Publisher:
Addison Wesley Professional
Publication date:
07/19/1991
Series:
UNIX Series
Edition description:
3rd ed
Pages:
528
Product dimensions:
6.26(w) x 8.47(h) x 0.83(d)

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