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Preface - About This Book

Format of a Typical Chapter

Almost all chapters in this book follow a standard structure. For example, the chapter "Standard File Package" contains these sections:

Some chapters contain additional main sections that provide more detailed discussions of certain topics. For example, the chapter "File Manager"
contains the section "Identifying Files, Directories, and Volumes," which describes the many ways to identify objects in the file system. That chapter
also contains the two advanced sections "Data Organization on Volumes"
and "Data Organization in Memory."

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2 JUL 1996