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The UNIX System is based on a single programmer's model in which each process knows about the data and control of other processes' data and their own data. Processes have independent address spaces. The connection and interaction between processes can be done by system calls, and with respect to the operating system they are not visible to the programmer. A process invokes system calls which are converted to register and memory access instructions in the processor. This model requires mechanisms which hide the details of the operating system interface from the programmer. Many applications are written in a high level language in which the above concepts are not very relevant. For example, in FORTRAN a process can not run another process. The problem is that the programmer needs to know the mechanism of communication and distribution in the UNIX System. This information is located in the system headers which have to be specified by the programmer. In contrast to FORTRAN we supply the ANSI Fortran 77 standard. In this standard the function header of the standard library contains the type of the system calls, which in turn specifies the system header. This standard is, however, far less popular than FORTRAN.

The UNIX operating system is designed to execute the programs compiled and linked with a C or C++ compiler. We use an abstract function call model, called P, which is based on the IEEE Standard function calls as described in the C programming language standard. In earlier versions we used the POSIX standard that describes a system application interface. The POSIX standard is widely used by C Application programmers. This standard was introduced in the 80s to solve a conflict between C Application programmers and programmers of another language. The C Application programmers needed an interface to third-party libraries as C is a part of the language. The problem was that the C Application programmers could not use the ANSI Fortran 77 standard and the POSIX standard had to be introduced. We felt that for C Application developers the POSIX standard was too complex compared to the POSIX shell and so we designed our own interface to portability and independence. d2c66b5586


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