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Input/Output Programming

  • M. R. M. Dunsmuir
  • G. J. Davies
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Part of the Macmillan Computer Science Series book series (COMPSS)

Abstract

In the previous chapter, the concept of a file was introduced and the structure of a UNIX filesystem was explored in some depth. This chapter is about the dynamics of Input and output.

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Further Reading

  1. D. M. Ritchie and K. Thompson (1978), The UNIX Timesharing System, Bell Sys. Tech. J., 57(6) pp. 1905–1929.Google Scholar
  2. K. Thompson (1978), UNIX Implementation, UNIX V7 Programming Manual, Volume. 2b.Google Scholar
  3. D. M. Ritchie (1978), The UNIX I/O System. UNIX V7 Programming Manual, Volume. 2b.Google Scholar
  4. B. W. Kernighan (1978), UNIX Programming — Second Edition. UNIX V7 Programming Manual, Volume. 2a.Google Scholar
  5. B. W. Kernighan & D. M. Ritchie (1978), The C Programming Language, Chapter 7, Prentice Hall Inc.Google Scholar
  6. E. I. Organick (1972), The MULTICS System. MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.Google Scholar
  7. Western Electric Company, Inc. (1983), UNIX System V User’s Manual.Google Scholar

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© M. R. M. Dunsmuir and G. J. Davies 1985

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  • M. R. M. Dunsmuir
  • G. J. Davies

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