The document, An Introduction to Concurrency in Unix-based [GNU] C Through Annotated Examples, is designed to introduce some elementary concepts of concurrent programming in C clearly and efficiently. While different capabilities and procedures are available in different versions of Unix, the approach followed here focuses on commonly available capabilities, such as fork, pipe, dup2, wait, popen, and pclose.
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