UNIX System Programming Using C++

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Prentice Hall PTR, 1997 - Computers - 598 pages
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If you're an experienced UNIX system programmer working with C++, UNIX System Programming Using C++ brings together all the advanced techniques you need to build complex and high-quality system applications. This book focuses on the real-life challenges you face developing network and client/server applications, databases, compilers, operating systems, and CAD/EDA systems. You'll learn new ways to develop C++ programs that are compact, easy to maintain, and highly portable to most UNIX systems and to POSIX-complaint systems (e.g., Windows NT). This book includes extensive example programs to demonstrate how to construct C++ classes and applications with the ANSI, POSIX, and UNIX standard functions and classes. Furthermore, ready-to-use C++ classes on interprocess communication, sockets, TLI, remote procedure call and multithreaded programming are provided in the book. These classes can be incorporated directly into your applications to reduce the development cycle and improve quality.

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Contents

UNIX and ANSI Standards
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The ANSIISO C++ Standard
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The POSIX l FIPS Standard
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