CSC 320 - Syllabus - King Saud University College of...

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King Saud University College of Computer and Information Sciences Department of Computer Science CSC 320 – Systems Programming (3-0-1) - Elective Course Catalog description: The course aims to give the students a theoretical and practical understanding of the programming interface to a Unix system, including the system call interface and many of the functions provided in the standard C library. Topics covered include an overview of the basic Unix programming concepts, an introduction to shell programming, unbuffered I/O, the standard I/O library, the environment of a Unix process, process control, signals, and interprocess communication. Prerequisites : CSC 227- Operating Systems Prerequisite to : None Co-requisite to : None Textbook : Advanced programming in the UNIX environment, Last Edition, by W. Richard Stevens, Stephen A. Rago. Addison Wesley Course Objectives: A theoretical and practical understanding of the internal operation of a Unix system. A practical use and application of a Unix system call interface that supports I/O, processes, signals and IPC. A practical use and application of the C standard I/O library functions. Course Learning
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2011 for the course COMPUTER S 320 taught by Professor Dr.safwanqasem during the Spring '11 term at King Saud University.

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CSC 320 - Syllabus - King Saud University College of...

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