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Tue Jan 3 07:53:20 PST 2006
--- Nicolas Blais <nb_root at videotron.ca> wrote:
> On January 2, 2006 04:52 pm, Sean wrote:
> > Sean wrote:
> > > Looking for recommendations on any Unix
> programming books.
> > > I have been out of things for a while so I
> would put my skill level back
> > > to the beginning.
> > >
> > > Thanks
> > > Sean
> > >
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> > I forgot to mention that I wish to work with
> > Thanks again,
> > Sean
> There's a free C++ book which is great :
> You can also buy the hardcopy on Amazon.
I'd recommend learning C before C++. In order to
be an effective unix programmer you must master
the C language, as you'll have to examine and
modify code in C to do anything substantial.
Virtually all major programs and kernels are 'C'
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