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The authors explain the fundamentals of UNIX programming, focusing on communication, concurrency, and multithreading techniques: how they work, when to use them, and how to use them most effectively. This Second Edition includes entirely new chapters on programming for the Web and multicasting, as well as thoroughly revised and updated coverage of RPC.
The authors illustrate the best ways to write system calls, they present several hands-on projects designed to help students quickly improve their skills. ConnectionOriented Communication. WWW Redirection.
Connectionless Communication and Multicast. Server Performance.
Virtual Timers. Cracking Shells.
Thread Synchronization. Critical Sections and Semaphores. B Restart Library.
Pass k and m on the command line. The authors explain the fundamentals of UNIX programming, focusing on communication, concurrency, and multithreading techniques: how they work, when to use them, and how to use them most effectively. We may ship the books from Asian regions for inventory purpose. Bookseller: Bookbase , India Seller rating:. The values of n and nchars should be passed as command-line arguments. It features practical examples, exercises, reusable code, and simplified libraries for use in network communication applications.
Appendix A. UNIX Fundamentals.
Appendix B. Restart Library.
UNIX Systems Programming: Communication, Concurrency and Threads: Communication, Concurrency and Threads (2nd Edition) [Kay Robbins, Steve. In a nutshell, this updated UNIX classic covers everything you'll ever need for threads, TCP/IP and RPC programming with reusable code examples that explain.
Appendix C. UICI Implementation. Appendix D.
Logging Functions. Appendix E.
Program Index. Robbins and Robbins explain the essentials of UNIX programming, concentrating on communication, concurrency, and multithreading techniques and why, when, and how to use them.
They also show how to design complex software to get the best from the UNIX operating system. Using short code snippets to illustrate how to use system calls, they also include a number of hands-on "projects" that very quickly help readers expand their skill levels. The book includes chapters on files, signals, semaphores, POSIX threads, client-server communication, and remote procedure calls.