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dan zimbardo is an author and consultant on unix and linux system programming. he has been involved in unix and linux systems programming since the early 1980s and is a member of the posix1003-2001 and posix1003-2008 specifications. he is also a contributor to susv4.


david r. butenhof, a recognized pthreads authority, was deeply involved in the creation of the ieee posix standard as well as the x/open threading extensions, which were fast-tracked into x/open xsh5 (unix98). an engineer at digital equipment corporation, he was the lead architect and developer of digital's own threading architecture and designed and implemented much of the pthreads interfaces on digital unix 4.0.


in this authoritative work, linux programming expert michael kerrisk provides detailed descriptions of the system calls and library functions that you need in order to master the craft of system programming, and accompanies his explanations with clear, complete example programs.


this book provides a detailed discussion of the basic pthreads programming concepts. it covers all the issues one might encounter in writing a multithreaded program. in addition, the book provides an in-depth coverage of the pthreads thread primitives, including: the mutex, the condition variable, the spinlock, the barrier, the semaphore, the condition variable, the barrier, the condition variable, the semaphore, the condition variable, the barrier, the condition variable, the barrier, the condition variable, the barrier, the condition variable, and the barrier.


the strength of this book is that it provides a very detailed and accurate review of the pthreads api. it covers all the relevant features and issues one would encounter when writing pthreads code. in addition, it presents a comprehensive overview of the api including all the relevant pthreads syntax. the book discusses in detail: the pthread_create function, the pthread_join function, the pthread_exit function, the pthread_detach function, the pthread_equal function, the pthread_self function, the pthread_equal function, the pthread_self function, the pthread_create function, the pthread_join function, the pthread_detach function, the pthread_equal function, the pthread_self function, the pthread_create function, the pthread_join function, the pthread_detach function, the pthread_equal function, the pthread_self function, the pthread_equal function, the pthread_self function, the pthread_self function, and the pthread_equal function. 3d9ccd7d82






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