Unix And Shell Programming By Anoop Chaturvedi, B.L. Rai
The authors discuss all the concepts such as operating system services, file system, buffer cache, reading and writing disk blocks, inode assignment to a new file, system calls, structure and control of a process, inter-process communication, and sockets with the help of illustrations, tables, block diagrams, and industry based practical examples. This volume also examines the detail of UNIX command, SHELL, AWK, and PERL programming with a large number of practical examples supported by their algorithm.
Audience of the Book :
This book, designed to meet the course on UNIX and SHELL Programming for graduate and undergraduate engineering students, presents an illuminative and objective exploration of algorithms and programming skills on UNIX and SHELL.
The main features of the book are as follows:
1.Algorithms for a number of problems have been given to inculcate real programming skills.
2.Describe and compare the algorithm used in UNIX system to that used in other operating systems
3.Syntax for a large number of UNIX command
4.SHELL script for a number of real life problems
5.Brief of AWK and PERL programming
Table of Contents:
1. Introduction to Unix
2. Operating System Services
3. File System
4. Buffer Cache
5. Reading and Writing Disk Blocks
6. Inode Assignment to a New File
7. System Calls
8. Structure of a Process
9. Process Control
10. Inter-Process Communication
12. Unix Command
13. Awk and Perl Programming