UNIX system programming: a programmer's guide to software development

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Addison-Wesley, 1999 - Computers - 350 pages
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This edition has been restructured in two parts - fundamental system services, and advanced and special features. It has also been updated throughout to reflect the following hierarchy of standards in the UNIX world - the IEEE POSIX standard, AT&T's SVID (System V Interface Definition) Issue 3, corresponding to UNIX System V.4, and X/Open. In an appendix new to this edition, the relationship between UNIX implementations and standards is explored. All examples conform to UNIX System V and the European Standard XOPEN.

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Haviland is a partner in Accenture Ltd.

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