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is there any "join" implementation source code available?

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I want a implementation just like the "join" in the unix shell, I
googled the web and found nothing. Any suggestion will be highly
appreciated, thank you~

Sep 11 '05 #1
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wy****@gmail.com wrote:
I want a implementation just like the "join" in the unix shell, I
googled the web and found nothing. Any suggestion will be highly
appreciated, thank you~


An obvious place to look would be one of the Linux distros, or cygwin.

john
Sep 11 '05 #2

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thanks, in fact, i'm mining the cygwin code and still not find.

maybe some open source DB will provide it, i think.

Sep 11 '05 #3

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> I want a implementation just like the "join" in the unix shell, I
googled the web and found nothing. Any suggestion will be highly
appreciated, thank you~


Do you get any ideas from the sources for the wait functions?
http://www.unix.org/version3/apis/t_11.html

Regards,
Markus

Sep 11 '05 #4

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Ma************@web.de wrote:
I want a implementation just like the "join" in the unix shell, I
googled the web and found nothing. Any suggestion will be highly
appreciated, thank you~

Do you get any ideas from the sources for the wait functions?
http://www.unix.org/version3/apis/t_11.html

Regards,
Markus


The shell join is a text join, not a process join. There should be join
source in cygwin.
Sep 11 '05 #5

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> The shell join is a text join, not a process join. There should be join
source in cygwin.


Do you mean this command?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Join_%28Unix%29

Regards,
Markus

Sep 12 '05 #6

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These are the join functions from our code search engine, some of them
seem to be text join that you may find useful,

http://www.codase.com/search/definit...rs=&nparams=-1

Huihong

Sep 12 '05 #7

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