UNIX Systems Programming for SVR4
by David A. Curry
Publisher: O'Reilly 1996
Number of pages: 617
The book gives you the nitty gritty details on how UNIX interacts with applications. Whether you're a student, system administrator, or software developer, if you're working on any System V Release 4 platform, you'll find this book indispensable. The book contains many extended examples on topics ranging from string manipulation to network programming.
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