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Published by Elsevier Science Publishers in Amsterdam, Netherlands, New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • UNIX System V (Computer file),
  • Software compatibility.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Compiled by the members of the X/Open Group.

ContributionsX/Open Group.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQA76.76.O63 X42 1987
The Physical Object
Pagination5 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2456915M
ISBN 100444701796
LC Control Number87160194

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Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: X/Open Company. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "August "--V. 4, 6, t.p. verso. Volume 1 of X/OPEN Portability Guide / X/OPEN Group Members X/OPEN Portability Guide: System V Specification Commands & Utilities, X/Open Group, ISBN , Author. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: X/Open Company. ISBN: X X/Open Portability Guide: Data Management 3rd Edition by X OPEN (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work. Author: X Open.

X/Open Portability Guide An earlier name for standards that specified compliance with X/Open's Common Application Environment (CAE). XPG3 () and XPG4 () define operating systems, languages and protocols, etc. About half of the Single UNIX Specification (formerly Spec ) was taken from XPG4.   The proliferation of different versions of Unix during the s has been tempered by the various international standards that were started during the late s. These include the ANSI standard for the C programming language, the IEEE POSIX family (still being developed), and the X/Open portability guide. This book also describes these standards.5/5(3). These include the ANSI standard for the C programming language, the IEEE POSIX family (still being developed), and the X/Open portability guide. This book also describes these standards. But instead of just describing the standards by themselves, we describe them in relation to popular implementations of the standards — System V Release 4 and. POSIX.2 User Portability Extension, X/Open Portability Guide, UNIX systems. The elements of the environment variable MANPATH are separated by colons. The –M option, the –x option, the –w option, the MANPAGER environment variable, the default pager, and the ability to specify section on the command line are all extensions to the POSIX.

Features fundamental techniques are developed in depth and are fully supported with program examples highly relevant to the two important standards - the X/OPEN portability guide and the IEEE POSIX standard strong emphasis on exercises and examples throughout New to this edition more on signals and signal handling more on interprocess. Portability. POSIX.2, X/Open Portability Guide, UNIX systems. The conv=convfile, iseek, imsg, and omsg options plus the w suffix described in the bs= option are all extensions of the POSIX standard. Related information. cp, cpio, iconv, mv, tr. The book concludes with a miscellaneous chapter on data interchange formats (matching the equally miscellaneous part of the standard); probable revisions in the next version of the standard; interactions with other related standards, such as the X/Open Portability guide; and general C language portability issues. The proliferation of different versions of Unix during the s has been tempered by the various international standards that were started during the late s. These include the ANSI standard for the C programming language, the IEEE POSIX family (still being developed), and the X/Open portability guide. This book also describes these standards.