Unix System Programming in OCaml

Unix System Programming in OCaml

Unix System Programming in OCaml
by Xavier Leroy, Didier Remy

2011
Number of pages: 143

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This document is an introductory course on Unix system programming, with an emphasis on communications between processes. The main novelty of this work is the use of the OCaml language, a dialect of the ML language, instead of the C language that is customary in systems programming. This gives an unusual perspective on systems programming and on the ML language.

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