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Using C on the UNIX System by David A. Curry

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Using C on the UNIX System
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Publisher: O'Reilly
ISBN/ASIN: 0937175234
ISBN-13: 9780937175231
Number of pages: 230

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'Using C on the UNIX System' provides a thorough introduction to the UNIX system call libraries. This book is aimed at programmers who already know C, but who want to take full advantage of the UNIX programming environment.

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