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Pure C Programming

Amir Afzal - Computers - 1999 - 515 pages
Easing students through a complete survey of the C programming language, this consistently paced text begins with an introduction to the language at a level that is ...
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A Practical Guide to UNIX System V Release 4

M. G. Sobell - UNIX System V (Computer file) - 1991 - 700 pages
This bestselling work has been revised and updated to reflect the newest release of UNIX System V, Release 4.0. Expanded coverage includes networking, variables, control ...
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Using UNIX System V Release 3

Geoffrey T. LeBlond, Sheila R. Blust, Wes Modes, LeBlond Group - Computers - 1990 - 490 pages
For beginning and experienced users alike. The authors settle questions surrounding UNIX first, then turn to a task-oriented explanation of the system's features and functions.
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Learning UNIX

James Gardner - Operating systems (Computers) - 1991 - 595 pages
Explores the fundamentals of UNIX, and includes an overview of the operating system, the UNIX files system and an introduction to the KOM shell. The book compares UNIX and DOS ...
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UNIX made easy

Lurnix (Firm) - Computers - 1990 - 1004 pages
The step-by-step format of this text quickly demystifies UNIX and gives users the skills needed to put UNIX to work immediately. Includes an overview of the system, basic ...
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UNIX on command

Rita F. Lewis - Computers - 1991 - 198 pages
The quick reference to the most common UNIX tasks. Ideal for novice through advanced users. Organized according to frequently used tasks, with more than 100 reference entries.
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Using SCO UNIX

Geoffrey T. LeBlond, LeBlond Group - Business & Economics - 1990 - 610 pages
This book explains the unique features of SCO UNIX, including many special tips and techniques. The emphasis of the book is to show the user how to get the most out of SCO UNIX.
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Peter Norton's guide to Unix

Peter Norton, Harley Hahn - Computers - 1991 - 560 pages
The UNIX operating environment is discussed from a user's perspective including a hands-on introduction to its utilities, as well as complete details of the file system, text ...
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