The Unix Programming Environment
by Mark Burgess
Publisher: Oslo College 2001
Number of pages: 196
"The Unix Programming Environment" is a revised version of the UNIX compendium which forms the basis for a one or two semester course in UNIX. It is a reference guide which contains enough to help you to find what you need from other sources.
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