UNIX System Programming  for System VR4

Errata for UNIX System Programming for System VR4

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Version Location Description Submitted By Date Submitted Date Corrected
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Page iii
changed "Bonn Cambridge" to "Cambridge Koln"

Anonymous    Sep 01, 1997
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Page xviii
changed both instances of "ora.com" to "oreilly.com"

Anonymous    Sep 01, 1997
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Page xx-xxii
The following text was added to the Preface

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Anonymous    May 01, 2000
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Page 35
last line: changed "'0'" to "''"

Anonymous    Sep 01, 1997
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Page 45
changed the code line

char *template[32]; to read: char template[32];

Anonymous    Feb 01, 1998
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Page 364

changed second para. to read: Just like pipes, FIFOs can have multiple processes writing to them. However, if this is the case, each writer must be careful to keep his writes no larger than PIPE_BUF bytes, or the data from multiple processes will become intermixed. In Solaris 2.x, FIFOs are full-duplex communications channels that allow bidirectional communication, but this behavior is not standard, and should not be relied upon if portability is an issue.

Anonymous    Feb 01, 1998
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Page 395
last code example, next-to-last line: changed "*h_addr_list"

to "**h_addr_list"

Anonymous    Sep 01, 1997
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Page 598
added the following to the end of the next-to-last para

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Anonymous    Sep 01, 1997