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Preface -

Pthreads Programming
Bradford Nichols, Dick Buttlar and Jacqueline Proulx Farrell
 Copyright 1996 O'Reilly & Associates, Inc.

Typographical Conventions
The following font conventions are used in this book:
 Italic is used for function names, filenames, program names, commands, and variables. It's also used to identify new terms and concepts when they are introduced.
 Constant Width is used for code examples and for the system output portion of interactive examples.
 Constant Bold is used in interactive examples to show commands or other text that would be typed literally by the user.
 Constant Italic identifies programmer-supplied variables in the C language function bindings that appear in Appendix C, Pthreads Quick Reference.

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