Linux Programming Bible

Linux Programming Bible

eBook - 2000
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The Linux Programming Bible is the definitive reference for beginning and veteran Linux programmers. Written by John Goerzen, a developer for the Debian GNU/Linux Distribution, this comprehensive guide leads you step by step from simple shell programs to sophisticated CGI applications.

You'll find complete coverage of Linux programming, including:

  • Techniques for C/C++, Perl, CGI, and shell programming
  • Basic tools, such as bash, regular expression, sed, grep, Emacs, and more
  • Communication using semaphores, pipelines, FIFOs, and TCP/IP
  • Practical tips on CVS collaboration security, and performance optimization
  • Linux C tools, including compilers, libraries, and debuggers
Filled with savvy programming advice and clear code examples, the Linux Programming Bible is all you need to take your Linux programming skills to the next level.

Baker & Taylor
A practical introduction to the Linux Shell and its tools explains how to use C and Perl within the Linux environment, provides a helpful tutorial with sample code and examples, and furnishes information on such topics as project management, performance optimization, security, and more. Original. (Intermediate)

Publisher: Foster City, Calif. : IDG Books Worldwide, ©2000
ISBN: 0764546570
Characteristics: 1 online resource


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