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Article from Issue 107/2009


flex & bison

This updated version of flex & bison shows readers how to solve problems when parsing or processing text data in Linux. The text covers basic usage for each utility, and how to use utilities to build standalone applications. Tutorials teach the novice to build compilers and interpreters and work with abstract syntax trees and symbol tables. Levine also discusses interfaces to C++, reentrant lexers and parsers, and GLR parsers.

flex & bison

John Levine

O'Reilly, 2009

ISBN 0-596-15597-2

US$ 29.99

PHP, MySQL, & JavaScript

Nixon teaches non-programmers with HTML experience how to build "responsive, data-driven" websites with PHP, MySQL, and JavaScript. Each technology is explained, then combined to build dynamic, data-driven sites. In addition to teaching PHP, MySQL, and JavaScript, Nixon covers objects, XHTML, cookies, and session management, among other useful concepts.

Learning PHP, MySQL, & JavaScript

Robin Nixon

O'Reilly, 2009

ISBN 0-596-15713-4

US$ 39.99

Fedora 11 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Bible

This updated version of the leading Fedora book, Fedora 11 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Bible, prepares both the new and the seasoned Fedora user to master the Linux shell, file system, and text editor. Refine your system administrations skills and discover Fedora's latest enhancements for networking, servers, and desktops.

Fedora 11 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Bible

Christopher Negus

Wiley, 2009

ISBN: 978-0-470-48504-0

US$ 59.99

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