AN INTRODUCTION TO UNIX WITH X AND THE INTERNET is an up-to-date introduction to UNIX that provides complete yet concise coverage of UNIX operating system features and commands. The book covers current topics, such as the X graphical user interface, Internet navigation, the World Wide Web, and text formatting with LaTeX. UNIX utilities, shell-level programming, and C-level programming are covered as well. Coverage of both System V and Berkeley UNIX (BSD) makes the book useful on most current systems. A bound-in disk provides sample code and shell scripts suitable for UNIX systems and PCs. Professor Wang has written a number of successful titles, including C++ WITH OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING and AN INTRODUCTION TO ANSI C ON UNIX, as well as the new JAVA WITH OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING AND WORLD WIDE WEB APPLICATIONS.
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