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Programming in C: UNIX System Calls and Subroutines using C

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Programming in C: UNIX System Calls and Subroutines using C
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Publisher: Cardiff University

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This book is guide to UNIX software development in C for professional programmers and students. The book focuses on the UNIX system call interface, the programming interface between the UNIX Kernel and applications software running in the UNIX environment. The techniques required by systems programmers are developed in depth, illustrated by a wealth of examples.

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