Unix & Programming Documentation
This section contains a collection of documents and guides in various formats, such as html, postscript and text. It covers the areas of UNIX, Perl, Ruby,
PHP, X11, Motif, C and UNIX shell programming.
- JAVA JDK Manual
The revolutionary language from SUN
- JSP 1.1 & Servlet 2.2 specification
- Tomcat 3.2
- JAVA Tutorial
From SUN's site, with examples [17-Jun-2000]
- Perl 5 Manual
This is the full html version of the PERL Manual.
- PHP 4 Manual
This is the html version of the PHP Manual.
- The RUBY Language
- RUBY 1.4 Refrence
- Programming Ruby
The Pragmatic Programmer's Guide
- PostgreSQL Documentation
- English FAQ
- All the Documentation
- GNU Manuals
converted with texi2html
- UNIX Tools Documentation
Here are several documents in postscriptandtextformat for
popular UNIX tools:
- Unix Shell (sh):
- C Shell (csh):
- Stream Editor (sed):
postscript, Sed FAQ
- Awk :
- Make :
- Vi :
- Troff :
- Tbl :
- The Grymoire
Covers Shell, Regexp, AWK, Csh, SED et.c. Very good sed examples.
The original can be found at
- UNIX Help for users
Are you a beginner in UNIX? Do you have any questions about
the operating system that rules the world? Follow this link
to find the answers!
- Introduction to UNIX
From Ohio State University, 1996
- UNIX shell differences and how to change your shell
by Brian Blackmore, email@example.com
BSD Sockets: A Quick And Dirty Primer
by Jim Frost <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
- The unix sockets FAQ
All the questions about unix sockets, replied by
- X11 Using & Programming Tutorial (in Greek)
This a hypertext tutorial for X Window System Users & Programmers.
Note: It is written in Greek, therefore you will need
greek fonts to read it.
- Programming in C++, Rules and Recommendations
by Eric Nyquist & Mats Henricson, Ellemtel Telecommunication Systems Laboratories.
This is the first official release of our C++ programming rules
written in english. Comments/suggestions on the document should
hereafter be sent to <email@example.com>.
Recommended C Style and Coding Standards
E.P.Whittington,Henry Spencer,David Keppel,Mark Brader. Quoting from the Abstract:
``This document is an updated version of the Indian Hill C Style and Coding Standards paper
with modications by the last three authors. It describes a recommended coding
standard for C
programs. The scope is coding style, not functional organization.''
February 14, 1995.
- Notes on Writing Portable Programs in C
(Nov 1990, 8th Revision) by A.Dolenc <firstname.lastname@example.org>, A.Lemmke, D.Keppel
<email@example.com> and G.V.Reilly <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Quoting from the Abstract:
"This documents describe the features and non-features of different C
and environments. As such, it is an incomplete document,
growing as information is gathered. It
contains some material concerning ANSI C but
it is not a substitute for the Standard itself. We
assume the reader is familiar with
the C programming language."