Good C books to learn fork and join

Good C books to learn fork and join

Post by Joe Foster of Bo » Mon, 21 Feb 1994 03:18:46



: I am looking for recommendations for c books specifically to
: learn how to spawn processes using fork and join.  Something
: with some good examples on how to establish message passing
: between the parent and child processes.

(man fork ; man -a wait ; man dup2 ) | lpr

: Thanks,

Please ask in the correct newsgroup next time. Followups to
comp.unix.programmer.

: Will

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Good C books to learn fork and join

Post by Ellst » Mon, 21 Feb 1994 10:20:55




> : I am looking for recommendations for c books specifically to
> : learn how to spawn processes using fork and join.  Something
> : with some good examples on how to establish message passing
> : between the parent and child processes.

I would suggest:

"The Design of the UNIX Operating System" by Ernest J. Bach.

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Good C books to learn fork and join

Post by Wade Scholi » Tue, 22 Feb 1994 02:52:03



>I would suggest:
>"The Design of the UNIX Operating System" by Ernest J. Bach.

That's Maurice Bach, I think...
 
 
 

Good C books to learn fork and join

Post by Mike Ka » Tue, 22 Feb 1994 05:08:42


|> >I would suggest:
|>
|> >"The Design of the UNIX Operating System" by Ernest J. Bach.
|>
|> That's Maurice Bach, I think...

Correct.

_The Design of the UNIX Operating System_ by Maurice J. Bach
Prentice-Hall Software Series
ISBN 0-13-201799-7 025
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