Unix Shell Objects Paperback – 24 Jul 1998
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UNIX Shell Objects is a book about Object-Oriented programming. This book describes techniques for crafting reusable interfaces, taking advantage of polymorphism, and using inheritance in ways that simplify your programming instead of complicating it. This book guides you step by step through the nature of using Object-Orientation effectively via the Korn shell. After developing useful system objects, the book moves on to tackling network topology through the use of an Object Request Broker for the shell. These chapters demonstrate how to create shell objects that can be used for remote administration of heterogeneous UNIX platforms. Toward the end of the book, UNIX Shell Objects shows how to create a CGI-based front end to a collection of distributed objects for systems management. The example application lets you create and manage server accounts and processes via a web browser. All in all, UNIX Shell Objects illustrates techniques for creating powerful distributed, Object-Oriented applications. Furthermore, it shows you how to achieve these techniques using the ordinary Korn shell. The Korn shell is a flexible, easy to grasp language for any UNIX user, although the information presented in UNIX Shell Objects can be applied to any language.