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CSCI 1730

Systems Programming

Programs and programming techniques used in systems programming in Unix environments. Students will learn the basics of Unix systems programming, including file and directory structures, basic and advanced file I/O, process creation, and inter-process communication.

Credit Hours:
CSCI 1302
Semester Offered:
Course Information File:
CIS_CSCI_1730_1.pdf (246.29 KB)

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