The UNIX programming environment

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Prentice-Hall, 1984 - Computers - 357 pages
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Aids in Mixing and Matching Programs. Encourages Exploring & Experimenting With Programs

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Review: The Unix Programming Environment

User Review  - Jonathan Dowland - Goodreads

well written and funny in places, nevertheless quite basic and lacking coverage of newer UNIX technologies like sockets (which admittedly lack shell-level tools to manipulate and are more of a systems programming tool). file descriptor juggling is only given cursory coverage. Read full review

Review: The Unix Programming Environment

User Review  - Jonathan Dowland - Goodreads

well written and funny in places, nevertheless quite basic and lacking coverage of newer UNIX technologies like sockets (which admittedly lack shell-level tools to manipulate and are more of a systems programming tool). file descriptor juggling is only given cursory coverage. Read full review

Contents

The File System
41
Using the Shell
71
Filters
101
Copyright

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