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The GNU C Library Reference Manual is the definitive reference work for the GNU Project version of all the ISO C standard library and other standard functions. For printing purposes, it has been split into two stand-alone volumes.See also: GNU C Library: System & Network Applications
A comprehensive guide to implementing the standard C libraries which are both POSIX & OPEN/X compliant, Fundamental Applications contains the most commonly used functions, such as: opening, reading, and closing files; screen I/O; performing math; character and string manipulation; and memory allocation. Contains code examples and usage recommendations. Every programmer, from first year students to experienced programmers, will find this book useful.This volume covers:
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