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The Unix System and Software Reusability

Kernighan, Brian W

IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, September 1984, Vol.SE-10(5), pp.513-518 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    The Unix System and Software Reusability
  • Autor: Kernighan, Brian W
  • Assuntos: Software Reusability ; Software Libraries ; Operating Systems ; Writing ; Functional Programming ; Filters ; Algorithms ; Scholarships ; Dictionaries ; Computer Languages ; Filter ; Generator ; Library ; I/O Redirection ; Pipe ; Unix ; Computer Science
  • É parte de: IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, September 1984, Vol.SE-10(5), pp.513-518
  • Descrição: The Unix system contains a variety of facilities that enhance the reuse of software. These vary from the utterly conventional, such as function libraries, to basic architectural mechanisms, such as the Unix pipe. The Unix pipe, which makes whole programs building blocks of larger computational structures, has been the primary reason for the development of a literature of useful, but specialized programs-programs that would be too costly to write in a conventional programming language such as C. It has led to high levels of program reuse both by the nature of its operation and through its effect on programming conventions (e.g., programs structured as simple filters). Another facility enhancing reuse on Unix is the on-line C source code for Unix system programs. This has led to a shared style of programming in which existing programs are used as models for new programs, allowing the reuse of ideas, algorithms and source code. Finally, the Unix system contains many other reuse enhancing facilities, such as generic facilities for screen management (curses and termcap) and program generators (lex and yacc).
  • Idioma: Inglês

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