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Systems Programming, Unix and C ProgrammingSlide2
Knowledge and use of tools and resources in a system: standard libraries, system calls, debuggers, the shell environment, system programs and scripting languages.Knowledge of file systemShell environment is rich with its capabilities, options and configurability.Why Unix? Written in C, source accessibilityWhy C? least abstracted, closer to hardware, memory management is direct through pointers.Three tools: a shell, a text editor, a debugger
A debugger relates an executable to the original variable names and source code so that a programmer can track executionLets go through the C programs and the debugging methodology discussed in the chapter 1
Log into timberlake or any linux system you may have access toTake your time to create the C programs in section, all of them, and familiarize yourself with the C programs and the systematic debugging process
Knowledge of syntax of the languageHow to use the language: this is a skill/artBreak the problems into sub problemsCode and solve each sub problem independentlyStudy the program in section 1.4: given a number determine the sum of unique squares that sum up to that number.Given 13, 13 = 9 + 4 = 32 + 22
Program development (1.4)Slide6
Go through the programs developed.Work out the problems at the end of the chapter.
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