Beej's Guide to Unix Interprocess Communication
by Brian "Beej Jorgensen" Hall
Number of pages: 54
This document discusses several methods of Interprocess Communication (IPC), some of which are better suited to certain tasks than others. If you know C or C++ and are pretty good using a Unix environment (or other POSIXey environment that supports these system calls) these documents are for you.
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