Beginning Linux Programming 2nd Edition (Linux Programming Series) by Neil Matthew
Wrox Pr Inc | Sep 01 1999 | ISBN: 1861002971 | Pages: 980 | PDF | 2.75 MB
If you've already got Linux up and running on your machine and you really want to exploit its capabilities, Beginning Linux Programming is packed full of useful information that will keep you busy for weeks. In spite of its title, Beginning Linux Programming isn't oriented toward novices. It assumes that you're a competent C programmer but are simply new to the specifics of Linux. Authors Neil Matthew and Richard Stones introduce a plethora of fundamental concepts including shell programming, file access, and using curses to write full-screen, character-based programs.