Ray's CSC324H Tutorial Pages
Compiled by Ray Ortigas
To learn about the CDF environment itself, you should obtain a copy of A Students Guide to CDF, which is a primer for working on the new CDF workstations. This handbook should be available in the University of Toronto Bookstore. It gives introductory information about using the new workstations, using mail and news, working by phone, and other important issues.
A very important source of information, which is often
overlooked or forgotten, is the
man command. Knowing
how to use the power of the
man command can get you
answers to a surprising percentage of the questions you will have
regarding your programming environment.
To found out how man works, type
man man. Another
useful command is
man -k, which performs a search of
all the man pages by a given keyword argument.
For more information on the CDF facility, check out the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) at www.cdf.toronto.edu/cdf/faq.html.
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This page is maintained by Ray Ortigas, a teaching assistant for CSC324H - Principles of Programming Languages at the Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto. If you have any questions or comments about this page, please send e-mail to Ray at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last updated March 21, 1999 18:04.