This might be a little off-topic, as it is not Debian-specific, but I hope those here with experience will bear with me. I was rummaging through a bunch of books I was given when I did some work for a book distributor, and found a few things that might be interesting. For a long time I've been meaning to learn more about regular expressions, and I found the following books: "Mastering Regular Expressions" and "Sed & awk", both from O'Reilly. Does anyone have any experience with these, and an opinion as to which I should start with? I also found the K&R book, "The UNIX Programming Environment" by Kernighan and Pike, and "UNIX Systems Programming for SVR4" from O'Reilly. Since I want to learn C I know I need to read the first of these, but I was wondering how the other two are, if anyone here has read them. Also, are there other books I might want to supplement these with? I found two Linux-specific books as well, but they are really old. One of them comes with a CD of Slackware from 1996. :) Any advice would be much appreciated :) Petter -- "I'm ionized" "Are you sure?" "I'm positive."
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