Understanding UNIX/LINUX Programming: A Guide to Theory and Practice (Paperback)Bruce Molay (author)
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For courses in Unix Systems Programming, Unix System Administration, and as a supplemental text for courses in Advanced Networks and Systems Programming.
This readable and comprehensive text clearly explains Unix programming and structure by addressing the solid fundamentals of Unix and providing different solutions to problems. All ideas and principles are introduced in the context of a practical problem, and excellent use is made of illustrations and listings in the text. Projects are solved by the development of complete programs, which are clearly commented on and integrated with explanations in the text.
Publisher: Pearson Education (US)
Number of pages: 552
Weight: 774 g
Dimensions: 235 x 179 x 19 mm
"The material covered goes to the right depth to allow students to understand the UNIX operating system to program it. I wish a book of this calibre was available during my graduate studies as it would have helped me tremendously in learning to program the UNIX system." - Sam R. Thangiah, Slippery Rock University
"This text is one of the most accurate and articulate that I have read. It is easily readable." - Lawrence B. Wells, Dallas County Community College
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