- Gebundene Ausgabe: 768 Seiten
- Verlag: Addison-Wesley Longman, Amsterdam (1. Januar 1992)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0201563177
- ISBN-13: 978-0201563177
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19,6 x 5,1 x 24,4 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 33 Kundenrezensionen
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 108.879 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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Advanced Programming in the UNIX Environment (Addison-Wesley Professional Computing Series) (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 1. Januar 1992
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Bestselling UNIX author W. Richard Stevens offers application developers and system programmers his professional, experience-based guidance on using the system call interface with C. In the first half of the book, Stevens describes more than 200 system calls and functions with a brief example program following each description. Having provided the basics, Stevens moves on to chapter-long examples. The book is applicable to all major UNIX releases, especially System V Release 4-including Solaris 2-and 4.4 BSD, including 386 BSD.
If you are an experienced C programmer with a working knowledge of UNIX, you cannot afford to be without this up-to-date tutorial on the system call interface and the most important functions found in the ANSI C library. Rich Stevens describes more than 200 system calls and functions; since he believes the best way to learn code is to read code, a brief example accompanies each description.
Building upon information presented in the first 15 chapters, the author offers chapter-long examples teaching you how to create a database library, a PostScript printer driver, a modem dialer, and a program that runs other programs under a pseudo terminal. To make your analysis and understanding of this code even easier, and to allow you to modify it, all of the code in the book is available via UUNET.
A 20-page appendix provides detailed function prototypes for all the UNIX, POSIX, and ANSI C functions that are described in the book, and lists the page on which each prototype function is described in detail. Additional tables throughout the text and a thorough index make Advanced Programming in the UNIX Environment an invaluable reference tool that all UNIX programmers - beginners to experts - will want on their bookshelves.
Advanced Programming in the UNIX Environment is applicable to all major UNIX releases, especially System V Release 4 and the latest release of 4.3BSD, including 386BSD. These real-world implementations allow you to more clearly understand the status of the current and future standards, including IEEE POSIX and XPG3.
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It is clearly written, the technical information is flawless, and the insights it offers are profound.
Don't try to make UNIX Systems calls without this book.
Hopefully, the publisher will keep it updated since its author died untimely.
Richard Stevens will be missed. All his books are essential to the UNIX practioner.
1.) Introduction, 2.) Unix Standardization and Implementations, 3.) File I/O, 4.) Files and Directories, 5.) Standard I/O Library, 6.) System Data Files and Information, 7.) The Environment of a Unix Process, 8.) Process Control, 9.) Process Relationships, 10.) Signals, 11.) Terminal I/O, 12.) Advanced I/O, 13.) Daemon Processes, 14.) Interprocess Communication, 15.) Advanced Interprocess Communication, 16.) A Database Library, 17.) Communicating with a PostScript Printer, 18.) A Modem Dialer, 19.) Pseudo Terminals.
For many topics one needs his further books. Either the tripple set about TCP/IP or the double set about network programming. The last one is the newest book of him, just finished, before he died.
However, I am certain that APUE will live on for a long time. I have been a professional UNIX programmer for several years, and no other book, no other course, no other person has taught me as much about UNIX programming as Steven and his book.
Every library function, every system call is meticously described. Especially valuable is the book's description on how each function works under various flavours of UNIX: Is this covered by POSIX, does it come from BSD or System 5?
APUE is the only book that has a permanent place on my desk. If you do UNIX programming, you should have it too.
Thank you, Richard. I wish though I had thanked you while you still lived.
to create a database library, a PostScript printer driver, a modem dialer, and a program that runs other programs under a
pseudo terminal. To make your analysis and understanding of this code even easier, and to allow you to modify it, all of
the code in the book is available via UUNET.
It's sad to say this but the author of this book; the big guru, Richard Stevens is nomore with us. rest it peace guru...
Now, I really want to know if the author has any plan for writting "Advanced Programming in the MFC", which would become a best book on MFC and he did with this one.
Finally : Don't live without this book, if you want to program in UNIX & Linux.
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