|Title||Linux Programming By Example: The Fundamentals||Height||17 mm|
|Author||Arnold Robbins||Width||3 mm|
|Edition||1||Availability||Out Of Stock|
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Linux Programming By Example: The Fundamentals
Author: Arnold Robbins
Linux Programming by Example introduces new Linux programmers to the core Linux programming interfaces in a gradual, consistent fashion, progressing intuitively from the basic to the more complex. This book teaches the fundamental Linux programming interfaces, those that form the core of any significant program, by presenting example code from real-world production programs that Linux users use every day.Table of Contents: 1. Arguments, Options, and the Environment 2. User-Level Memory Management 3. Files and File I/O. 4. Directories and File Metadata. 5. General Library Interfaces - Part 1 6. Putting It All Together: ls. 7. Filesystems and Directory Walks. 8. Process Management and Pipes. 9. Signals. 10. User and Group ID Numbers and Permissions. 11. General Library Interfaces - Part 2. 12. Internationalization and Localization. 13. Extended Interfaces. 14. Debugging. 15. Tying It Together - A Project.