On Wed, Jan 14, 2004, Cordula's Web wrote:
>> i have studied C++ and am currently going through C.
>> i have been programming small programs in a windows environment.
>> i want to start understanding source and help program for bsd and open
>> source.
>> where can i start, im totally new and i want to know how things work.
>> i need advice
>"Advanced Programming in the Unix Environment"
>by W. Richard Stevens (Addison-Wesley) may be
>very useful, if you know enough C and would
>like to interface to any Unix-like operating
>system (including FreeBSD).

Another oldie but goodie is Kernighan and Pike's ``Unix Programming
Environment'' -- ISBN 0-13-937699-2, 0-13-937681-X (pbk).

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