UNIX in a Nutshell: Berkeley Edition

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O'Reilly & Associates, Dec 8, 1986 - Business & Economics - 272 pages
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You may have seen UNIX quick-reference guides, but you've never seen anything like "UNIX in a Nutshell. Not a scaled-down quick reference of common commands, "UNIX in a Nutshell is a complete reference containing all commands and options, along with generous descriptions and examples that put the commands in context. For all but the thorniest UNIX problems, this one reference should be all the documentation you need.

Contents include: All commands and options.Shell syntax ("sh and "csh).Pattern-matching syntax."vi and "ex commands."sed and "awk commands.troff requests and escapes.-ms, -mm, and -me macros."tbl, "eqn, and "pic syntax."adb and "sdb commands."make and "sccs commands.

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Contents

UNIX Commands
1-1
compress 114
1-15
finger 130
1-30
Copyright

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