Linux Programming by Example Discusses how LINUX works at the system level by learning how and when to manipulate processes, send and catch signals, and use calls, and how to manipulate and read pipes and FIFOs. Softcover.
Linux Programming By Example introduces programmers with some background in C but no knowledge of the specifics of Linux programming...
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Pivot Table Data Crunching: Microsoft Excel 2010 (MrExcel Library)
PivotTables may be Excel's most powerful feature, but Microsoft has estimated that only 15% of Excel users take advantage of them. That's because PivotTables (and their companion feature, PivotCharts) have a reputation for being difficult to learn. Not any more! In this book, Excel legends Bill Jelen...
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