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The Single UNIX Specification, Version 3.

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San Francisco, CA - January 30 2002- The Open Group announced today completion of the joint revision to POSIX and the Single UNIX specification. The joint revision forms the core of The Open Group's Single UNIX Specification Version 3, and is IEEE Std 1003.1-2001 (POSIX.1) - The Open Group Base Specifications Issue 7, IEEE Std 1003.1™-2008, 2016 Edition, Copyright © 2001-2016 The IEEE and The Open Group
Click HERE to learn about The Single UNIX Specification, Version 3

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Here is another link to the UNIX IEEE Standard, an Open Group Technical Standard, Issue 7


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POSIX.1-2008 is simultaneously IEEE Std 1003.1™-2008 and The Open Group Technical Standard Base Specifications, Issue 7.
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application program interface (API), argument, asynchronous, basic regular expression (BRE), batch job, batch system, built-in utility, byte, child, command language interpreter, CPU, extended regular expression (ERE), FIFO, file access control mechanism, input/output (I/O), job control, network, portable operating system interface (POSIX®), parent, shell, stream, string, synchronous, system, thread, X/Open System Interface (XSI)

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