e.g. This is primarily aimed at first- and second-year undergraduates interested in engineering or science, along with high school students and professionals with an interest in programming.
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z/OS UNIX Course Overview
This course describes how open standards are implemented in a z/OS system by z/OS UNIX. UNIX System Services are introduced, and the role of z/OS as a server in the open systems environment is discussed. This is an introductory level course. It provides an overview of z/OS UNIX System Services (usually abbreviated to z/OS UNIX) as seen by the user. Details of installation and implementation for system programmers are not covered in this course. After completing this course, you should be competent in the following objectives:
Introduction to z/OS UNIX
This unit provides an overview of the components of a UNIX system.
Hierarchical File System
This unit describes the implementation of the hierarchical file system in z/OS UNIX.
z/OS UNIX shell and utilities
This unit describes the use of the z/OS UNIX shell and utilities.
z/OS UNIX shell commands
This unit discusses some of the more basic commands. (Note: Commands here are not (z/OS) operator commands; commands here are solely related to the UNIX shell interface.)
Working in Shell
This unit discusses basic usage of the shell.
Functions in z/OS UNIX
This unit discusses UNIX processes along with program execution, pipes, and threads.
Working with the z/OS UNIX Environment
This unit covers some of the environments of z/OS UNIX. The language environment, debugging, and callable services are discussed.