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Linux Programmer's Reference (edition 1998)

by Richard Petersen

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Title:Linux Programmer's Reference
Authors:Richard Petersen
Info:Mcgraw-Hill Osborne Media (1998), Paperback, 303 pages
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Author is a recognized Linux expert--PC Magazine calls Peterson ""an impressive technical writer."" Contains alphabetical reference of every major Linux command, syntax, description, and example. Provides time-saving insight as to when a certian command is better used over another. Efficiently covers the various Linux programmilng shells--BASH (standard, easy-to-use commands, TCSH (syntax similar to C, more of a traditional structure), and the Z shell (incorporates features of other two shells with better support for functions).

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