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Автор: Ron Peters
Качество: Изначально компьютерное (eBook)
Интерактивное оглавление: Нет
Количество страниц: 282
Описание: The book is meant for the intermediate shell coder up to the advanced shell-code hacker,
because I don’t explain many basic programming structures.
This is not to say that the beginner won’t find this book useful; it may work well as a supplementary
reference to a more traditional shell-scripting training guide. But there is a difference
between learning English as a second language and learning how to apply sarcasm. This book
is like sarcasm in that example; it assumes some basic shell-code literacy.
I go into great detail about how and why the scripts were written in their present form,
and I include some explanation of how to avoid certain problems. Much of my learning
came from sources heavy in obfuscation and light on clarity, so I tried to be as explicit as
possible, and favored explaining too much rather than too little. You can think of many
chapters I included as shell scripts with extremely detailed commentary.