The UNIX Command Reference Guide

The UNIX Command Reference Guide

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Describes the most useful UNIX commands and covers the System V UNIX system and the Berkeley UNIX system. In addition to listing the commands and definitions, the book includes examples that illustrate the use of the commands. Covers core commands, making it easier for the novice to distinguish between the essential and the extraneous. Summaries of several key subsystems -- vi, awk, sed, shells, text processing -- will make it easier for intermediate and advanced users to find important information.Includes synopses and examples as well as Editor Command charts for vi and ed texts, Command Syntax charts, and MS DOS to UNIX cross references.In the early days of the UNix system there was just one shell, the simple Version 6 shell. ... The Version 6 shell was replaced by two separate shells, the Bourne shell, created by Steve Bourne, then of Bell Laboratories; and the C shell, created by William Joy, then of Berkeley. ... The Bourne shell itself is covered in a (long) manual page, and its programming language control constructs a€” case, for, if, anbsp;...

Title:The UNIX Command Reference Guide
Author: Kaare Christian
Publisher:Wiley-Interscience - 1988

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