UNIX in a nutshell : system V edition : a desktop quick reference / Daniel Gilly and the staff of O'Reilly & Associates, Inc.

By: Gilly, Daniel
Contributor(s): O'Reilly & Associates
Material type: TextTextSeries: Unix in a Nutshell handbookPublisher: Sebastopol, CA : O'Reilly & Associates, c1992Edition: 2nd edition, rev. and expanded for SVR4 and Solaris 2.0Description: 1 v. (various pagings) ; 22 cm. illISBN: 1565920015; 9781565920019Subject(s): UNIX System V (Computer file) | Operating systems (Computers)DDC classification: 005.43
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Table of Content

PART I COMMANDS AND SKILLS
Section 1: Introduction
Merging the traditions
Bundling
What is in the quick ref
Beginner's guide
Guide for users of BSD-derived systems

Section 2: UNIX Commands
Alphabetical summary of commands

Section 3: The UNIX Shell: An Overview
Introduction to the shell
Purpose of the shell
Shell flavors
Common features
Differing features

Section 4: The Bourne Shell and Korn Shell
Overview of features
Syntax
Variables
Arithmetic expressions
Command history
Built-in commands (Bourne and Kornshell
Etc

Section 5: The C Shell
Overview of features
Syntax
Variables
Expressions
Command history
Built-in C shell commands
Etc.

PARTII TEXT EDITING
Section 6: Pattern Matching
Filename versus patterns
Metacharcters, listed by UNIX program
Metacharacters
Examples of searching

Section 7: The Emacs Editor
Introduction
Summary of commands by group
Summary of commands by key
Summary of commands by name

Section 8: The Vi Editor
Review of Vi operators
Movement commands
Edit commands
Saving and editing
Accessing multiple files
Interacting with UNIX
Etc.

Section 9: The Ex Editor
Syntax if Ex commands
Alphabetical summary of Ex commands

Section 10: The Sed Editor
Command-line syntax
Conceptual overview
Syntax of sed commands
Group summary of sed commands
Alphabetical summary of sed commands


Chapter 11: The Awk Scripting Language
Command-line syntax
Conceptual overview
Patterns and procedures
Awk system variables
Operators

PART III: TEXT FORMATING
Chapter 12: Nroff and Troff
Introduction
Command-line Invocation
Using the requests: an overview
Default operation of request
Group summary of requests


Chapter 13: mm Macros
Alphabetical summary of mm macros
Predefined string names
Number registers used in mm
Other reserved register names

Chapter 14: mms Macros
Alphabetical summary of mm macros
Number registers for page layout
Reserved macros and string names
Reserved number register names

Chapter 15: me Macros
Alphabetical summary of me macros
Predefined strings

Chapter 16: Preprocessors
Tbl
Eqn
Pic

PART IC: SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
Section 17: The SCCS Utility
Overview of command s
Basic operation
General RCS specifications
Conversion guide for SCCS user
Alphabetical summary of commands

Chapter 18: The RCS Utility
Overview of commands
Basic operation

Chapter 19: The make Utility
Command-line syntax
Description file lines
Macros
Etc.

Chapter 20: Program Debugging
The Sdb debugger
The Dbx debugger

Chapter 21: ASCII Character Set

Includes Index (Various paging)

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