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A structure is an ordered collection of variables for an entity in C language.

A structure is an ordered collection of variables for an entity in C language.

Concepts and usage of pointers and arrays in the C programming language are explained.
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Concepts and usage of pointers and arrays in the C programming language are explained.

A tutorial on control flow statements and functions in the C programming language.

A tutorial on control flow statements and functions in the C programming language.

Tutorial on C programming regarding data types, operators and expressions

Tutorial on C programming regarding data types, operators and expressions

I/O multiplexing: select, poll and epoll in Linux

I/O multiplexing: select, poll and epoll in Linux

I/O multiplexing: select, poll and epoll in Linux

I/O multiplexing is the the ability to perform I/O operations on multiple file descriptors.

I/O multiplexing: select, poll and epoll | SoftPrayog

I/O multiplexing is the the ability to perform I/O operations on multiple file descriptors. select and poll calls and the epoll API help in I/O multiplexing.

Signals in Linux

Signals in Linux

Signals in Linux

POSIX real-time signals add to the functionality of standard signals in Linux. POSIX real-time signals can be queued to a process.

POSIX real-time signals in Linux

POSIX real-time signals add to the functionality of standard signals in Linux. POSIX real-time signals can be queued to a process.

POSIX real-time signals add to the functionality of standard signals in Linux. POSIX real-time signals can be queued to a process.

POSIX real-time signals in Linux

POSIX real-time signals add to the functionality of standard signals in Linux. POSIX real-time signals can be queued to a process.

How to create a temporary file in Linux

How to create a temporary file in Linux | SoftPrayog

mkstemp and tmpfile functions are used for creating temporary files.

Interprocess communication using Unix domain sockets

Interprocess communication using Unix domain sockets

Interprocess Communication using Unix Domain Sockets

Unix Domain Sockets

Unix domain sockets provide a fast and easy to use mechanism for interprocess communication.

File I/O system calls, synchronized I/O

File I/O in Linux

The basic system calls for file I/O in Linux are explained.

Files keep all important data in a system.

Files in Linux

Files is a central concept in Unix systems. Files keep the all important data and provide a foundation for computing.

Date and time commands, system calls, clocks and  alarms in Linux

Date and time commands, system calls, clocks and alarms in Linux

D-Bus is a mechanism for inter process communication in Linux.

D-Bus is a mechanism for inter process communication in Linux.