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<b> HTML tag: 16.1.4.6. More HTML features (Running Linux)
b command (sed): 12.5. Alphabetical Summary of sed Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
Back button (Netscape): 16.1.1. Using Netscape Navigator (Running Linux)
background
color
Emacs text editor: 11.4.7. Emacs (Running Linux)
KDE desktop: 11.3.2. Using KDE (Running Linux)
11.3.2. Using KDE (Running Linux)
xterm: 11.1.2. The X Resource Database (Running Linux)
xterm window: 11.1.1. xinit (Running Linux)
processes: 4.11. Putting a Command in the Background (Running Linux)
11.1.1. xinit (Running Linux)
resource (X clients): 11.1.2. The X Resource Database (Running Linux)
background jobs: 7.7. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
8.8. Job Control (Linux in a Nutshell)
back_log option: 16.1.2. Command line variables (MySQL & mSQL)
back_log variable: 4.6. Performance Tuning (MySQL & mSQL)
\ (backslash) character escapes: 9.3. Metacharacters (Linux in a Nutshell)
backslash (\)
@ prefix, escaping with: 13.5.4. Image Processing (CGI Programming with Perl)
escaping characters with: 10.1.4. Delimiters (CGI Programming with Perl)
escaping double quotes in HTML: 5.4.1. Lots of print Statements (CGI Programming with Perl)
backslash (\) character escapes: 9.3. Metacharacters (Linux in a Nutshell)
backslash \, exporting tab delimited data: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
backslash_quote variable (csh/tcsh): 8.4.3. Predefined Shell Variables (Linux in a Nutshell)
Backspace key: 9.2.8. Tailoring Emacs (Running Linux)
bash and: 7.3.3. Command-line Editing (Linux in a Nutshell)
Emacs and: 10.2. Typical Problems (Linux in a Nutshell)
backtrace command (gdb): 14.1.2. Examining a Core File (Running Linux)
backup files (source code), security risks with: 1.4.1.2. Configuring by extension (CGI Programming with Perl)
backup= option (LILO): G.1. Global Options (Running Linux)
backups: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
8.1. Making Backups (Running Linux)
8.6. What to Do in an Emergency (Running Linux)
compression and: 8.1.1.3. To gzip, or not to gzip? (Running Linux)
cron and: 8.2. Scheduling Jobs Using cron (Running Linux)
incremental: 8.1. Making Backups (Running Linux)
8.1.2. Incremental Backups (Running Linux)
mSQL: 5.5.2. Backups (MySQL & mSQL)
MySQL: 4.4.3. Security (MySQL & mSQL)
restoring files from: 8.6.3. Restoring Files from Backup (Running Linux)
badblocks command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
"Bambi" (see Hughes, David)
bang (!)
bash shell metacharacter: 7.3.2. Filename Metacharacters (Linux in a Nutshell)
ex command: 11.13. Alphabetical Summary of ex Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
banner command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
bar charts
creating with GD::Graph::bars module: 13.4.2. GD::Graph (CGI Programming with Perl)
three-dimensional: 13.4.3. GD::Graph3D (CGI Programming with Perl)
bareword subroutines, strict vs.: 15.2.1. Use strict (CGI Programming with Perl)
Base directory (CVS): 14.4.4.3. CVS directories (Linux in a Nutshell)
Base64 format digests: 8.3.1. MD5 (CGI Programming with Perl)
base URL, rewriting: 8.8.5. RewriteBase (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
basename command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
Baserev file (CVS): 14.4.4.3. CVS directories (Linux in a Nutshell)
bash command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
bash shell: 1.4. What This Book Offers (Linux in a Nutshell)
6.4. Differing Features (Linux in a Nutshell)
7. bash: The Bourne-Again Shell (Linux in a Nutshell)
4.5. Shells (Running Linux)
13.3. Shell Programming (Running Linux)
built-in commands: 7.7. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
core files and: 14.1.2. Examining a Core File (Running Linux)
.bash_profile file: 4.15. Startup Files (Running Linux)
.bashrc file: 4.15. Startup Files (Running Linux)
bastion hosts: 13.4.2. Separate Networks (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
batch command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
batch execution at specified date/time: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
batch fetching: 5.6.2. Batch Fetching (Programming the Perl DBI)
batch files (see shells, scripts)
baud rate: 8.4.5.3. The rest of the printcap variables (Running Linux)
BBS (bulletin board systems): 1.5.8. Telecommunications and BBS Software (Running Linux)
obtaining Linux via: 2.1.3. Getting Linux from Other Online Sources (Running Linux)
bc language: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
Bcc field (blind carbon-copy): 9.3. Structure of Internet Email (CGI Programming with Perl)
9.4.2. Mail Queue (CGI Programming with Perl)
bdflush command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
Beagle SQL engine: 7.5. Beagle (MySQL & mSQL)
before( ) method: 22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
beforeFirst( ) method: 22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
BEGIN blocks
mod_perl, treatment of: 17.3.2. mod_perl Considerations (CGI Programming with Perl)
taint mode and: 13.3.2. Using GD (CGI Programming with Perl)
benchmarking code, Perl CGI scripts: 17.1.1. Benchmark Your Code (CGI Programming with Perl)
Benchmark module, testing script speed in taint mode: 8.4.4. Why Use Taint Mode? (CGI Programming with Perl)
Berkeley databases: 2.7. DBM Files and the BerkeleyDatabase Manager (Programming the Perl DBI)
accessor methods: 2.7.3.3. Object accessor methods (Programming the Perl DBI)
chaining multiple values into a hash: 2.7.3.5. Chaining multiple values into a hash (Programming the Perl DBI)
creating: 2.7.1. Creating a New Database (Programming the Perl DBI)
with DB_BTREE: 2.7.3.5. Chaining multiple values into a hash (Programming the Perl DBI)
DB_BTREE format: 2.7.1. Creating a New Database (Programming the Perl DBI)
DB_HASH format: 2.7.1. Creating a New Database (Programming the Perl DBI)
DBM files and: 2.7. DBM Files and the BerkeleyDatabase Manager (Programming the Perl DBI)
DB_RECNO format: 2.7.1. Creating a New Database (Programming the Perl DBI)
localized storage and retrieval: 2.7.3.1. Localized storage and retrieval (Programming the Perl DBI)
locking: 2.7.2. Locking Strategies (Programming the Perl DBI)
packing in Perl objects: 2.7.3.2. Packing in Perl objects (Programming the Perl DBI)
values
deleting: 2.7.4. Deleting Values (Programming the Perl DBI)
inserting/retrieving: 2.7.3. Inserting and Retrieving Values (Programming the Perl DBI)
Berkeley DB files: 10.2. DBM Files (CGI Programming with Perl)
hash file (servers), counting visitors to HTML pages: 6.2.6. Executing CGI Programs (CGI Programming with Perl)
Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD): 1.3. Commands on Linux (Linux in a Nutshell)
1.5. Sources and Licenses (Linux in a Nutshell)
Berkeley Unix (see BSD)
Berners-Lee, Tim: 9.1. What Is CGI? (MySQL & mSQL)
beta stage: 1.7. Open Source and the Philosophy of Linux (Running Linux)
bg command (bash): 7.7. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
bg command (csh/tcsh): 8.9. Built-in csh and tcsh Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
-bg option: 11.1.1. xinit (Running Linux)
biff command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
BIGINT datatype: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
BIN( ) function: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
bin directory: 4.16. Important Directories (Running Linux)
BINARY attribute: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
binary data
binmode function: 13.5.4. Image Processing (CGI Programming with Perl)
avoiding bugs with use of: 15.2.7. Use binmode (CGI Programming with Perl)
enabling binary mode with: 5.2.4. File Uploads with CGI.pm (CGI Programming with Perl)
operating systems not using newlines: 3.4.1. Check the Client Browser (CGI Programming with Perl)
using for output: 13.2.1.1. binmode (CGI Programming with Perl)
digests: 8.3.1. MD5 (CGI Programming with Perl)
files, filtering out with grep function: 12.2. Searching One by One, Take Two (CGI Programming with Perl)
binary datatypes: 6.3.3. Binary Datatypes (MySQL & mSQL)
binary emulators: 12.2. Sharing Programs (Running Linux)
AlphaLinux: C.7.3. Binary Emulation (Running Linux)
binary large object datatypes: 3.2. Datatypes and NULL Values (Programming the Perl DBI)
6.1.4. Common Attributes (Programming the Perl DBI)
binary mode: 2.1.2. Getting Linux from the Internet (Running Linux)
3.3.3. Problems Installing the Software (Running Linux)
binary releases of Apache: 1.8.6. Unix Binary Releases (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
binary signatures: 13.3. Binary Signatures, Virtual Cash (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
BIND (Berkeley Internet Name Domain): 2.3.3. Name Service (Linux in a Nutshell)
bind command (bash): 7.7. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
bind values: 5.3. Binding Parameters to Statements (Programming the Perl DBI)
A.7.1. Statement Handle Methods (Programming the Perl DBI)
data typing and: 5.3.2. Bind Values and Data Typing (Programming the Perl DBI)
execute( ): (Programming the Perl DBI) 5.3.4. Binding Values Without bind_ param( )
input/output parameters: 5.3.3. Binding Input and Output Parameters (Programming the Perl DBI)
LONG/LOB datatypes and: 6.2.1. Inserting and Updating LONG/LOB Columns (Programming the Perl DBI)
placeholders and: A.2.7. Placeholders and Bind Values (Programming the Perl DBI)
references: 5.3.3. Binding Input and Output Parameters (Programming the Perl DBI)
specifying multiple: 5.3. Binding Parameters to Statements (Programming the Perl DBI)
vs. interpolated statements: 5.3.1. Bind Values Versus Interpolated Statements (Programming the Perl DBI)
BindAddress directive: 3.9.1. BindAddress (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
bind_col( ): 5.4. Binding Output Columns (Programming the Perl DBI)
A.7.1.1. Datatypes for placeholders (Programming the Perl DBI)
bind_col function: 21.2. DBI.pm API (MySQL & mSQL)
bind_columns( ): 5.4. Binding Output Columns (Programming the Perl DBI)
A.7.1.1. Datatypes for placeholders (Programming the Perl DBI)
bind_columns function: 21.2. DBI.pm API (MySQL & mSQL)
bindec( ) function: 18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
18.1. PHP (MySQL & mSQL)
binding (see bind values)
bindings for X resources: 11.1.2. The X Resource Database (Running Linux)
bindkey command (tcsh): 8.9. Built-in csh and tcsh Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
bind_param( ): 5.3. Binding Parameters to Statements (Programming the Perl DBI)
5.3.3. Binding Input and Output Parameters (Programming the Perl DBI)
6.2.1. Inserting and Updating LONG/LOB Columns (Programming the Perl DBI)
A.7.1. Statement Handle Methods (Programming the Perl DBI)
bind_param function: 21.2. DBI.pm API (MySQL & mSQL)
bind_param_inout( ): 5.3.3. Binding Input and Output Parameters (Programming the Perl DBI)
A.7.1.1. Datatypes for placeholders (Programming the Perl DBI)
/bin/echo command (see echo command)
BIOS: 2.2.3. Linux Partition Requirements (Running Linux)
3.1.1. Booting Linux (Running Linux)
Alpha system support: C.5.3. Firmware/BIOS Peripheral Device Support (Running Linux)
Dosemu and: 12.2.1. DOS Emulators: Dosemu and xdos (Running Linux)
emulating: 12.2.1. DOS Emulators: Dosemu and xdos (Running Linux)
undetected SCSI controllers: 3.3.2.3. Problems with SCSI controllers and devices (Running Linux)
bios= option (LILO): G.1. Global Options (Running Linux)
bison command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
BIT_AND( ) function: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
bitmap files: 12.1.5. File Translation Utilities (Running Linux)
BIT_OR( ) function: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
blank-padded character columns: 6.1.4. Common Attributes (Programming the Perl DBI)
BLE datatype: 15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
BLOB (binary large object): 22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
BLOB (binary large object) datatype: 3.2. Datatypes and NULL Values (Programming the Perl DBI)
6.1.4. Common Attributes (Programming the Perl DBI)
BLOB datatype: 6.3.3. Binary Datatypes (MySQL & mSQL)
15.1. MySQL SQL (MySQL & mSQL)
Blob interface: 22. JDBC Reference (MySQL & mSQL)
block_alarms( ): 14.6.16. Timeout and Alarm Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
block directives: 3.3. Block Directives (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
block groups: 8.6.1. Repairing Filesystems (Running Linux)
blocking access (see access control)
blocks: 3.1.3. Creating Linux Partitions (Running Linux)
3.3.3. Problems Installing the Software (Running Linux)
checking and repairing: 6.1.5. Checking and Repairing Filesystems (Running Linux)
superblock: 8.6.1. Repairing Filesystems (Running Linux)
blocks, searching for bad: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
blocksize, changing: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
bmouse= parameter (linux): 3.1.1. Booting Linux (Running Linux)
body
HTTP requests/responses: 2.2.1. The Request and Response Cycle (CGI Programming with Perl)
HTTP responses
length of: 2.4.2.2. Content-Length (CGI Programming with Perl)
separating from header: 3.3.1.1. Outputting documents (CGI Programming with Perl)
Internet email messages: 9.3. Structure of Internet Email (CGI Programming with Perl)
"BogoMips" calculation: 5.3.1. Kernel Boot Messages (Running Linux)
boilerplates: 6.2.5. Including Boilerplates (CGI Programming with Perl)
Bonobo project: B.5.1.5. The Bonobo component and document model (Running Linux)
Booch, Grady: 13.2. Object-oriented Database Access in C++ (MySQL & mSQL)
bookmarklets, JavaScript: 7.4. Bookmarklets (CGI Programming with Perl)
CGI scripts, using with: 7.4.2. Bookmarklets and CGI (CGI Programming with Perl)
comments.cgi script, bookmarklet: 7.4.2. Bookmarklets and CGI (CGI Programming with Perl)
creating (example): 7.4.1. Bookmarklet Basics (CGI Programming with Perl)
Netscape Communicator, working with: 7.4.1. Bookmarklet Basics (CGI Programming with Perl)
web page for: 7.4.2. Bookmarklets and CGI (CGI Programming with Perl)
bookmarks file: 16.1.1. Using Netscape Navigator (Running Linux)
boolean operators (see logical operators)
booleans, perl treatment of: 1.3.1. Why Perl? (CGI Programming with Perl)
/boot directory: 4.16. Important Directories (Running Linux)
/boot/lilo.conf file: 5.2.2.1. The /etc/lilo.conf file (Running Linux)
/boot/map file: 5.2.2.1. The /etc/lilo.conf file (Running Linux)
/boot/vmlinuz file: 5.2.1. Using a Boot Floppy (Running Linux)
boot floppy: 3.1.1. Booting Linux (Running Linux)
3.1.7. Creating the Boot Floppy or Installing LILO (Running Linux)
3.3.1. Problems with Booting the Installation Media (Running Linux)
3.3.4.1. Problems booting Linux from floppy (Running Linux)
5.2.1. Using a Boot Floppy (Running Linux)
boot loaders: 4.1. The Boot Process (Linux in a Nutshell)
boot methods: 4. Boot Methods (Linux in a Nutshell)
boot= option (LILO): G.1. Global Options (Running Linux)
boot parameters: 4.3. Loadlin: Booting from MS-DOS (Linux in a Nutshell)
4.5. Boot-time Kernel Options (Linux in a Nutshell)
boot sectors: 4.1. The Boot Process (Linux in a Nutshell)
boot-time parameters: 3.1.1. Booting Linux (Running Linux)
booting
Alpha systems: C.6.3. Booting the Alpha System and Preparing to Load Milo (Running Linux)
LILO boot and command options: G. LILO Boot Options (Running Linux)
Linux: 3.3.4.1. Problems booting Linux from floppy (Running Linux)
5.1. Running the System (Running Linux)
5.2. Booting the System (Running Linux)
checking filesystems during: 6.1.5. Checking and Repairing Filesystems (Running Linux)
messages: 5.3.1. Kernel Boot Messages (Running Linux)
options for: 5.2.2.3. Specifying boot time options (Running Linux)
troubleshooting: 3.3.1. Problems with Booting the Installation Media (Running Linux)
Linux/m86k: E.4.1. Booting Linux (Running Linux)
LinuxPPC: D.3. Preparing to Boot LinuxPPC (Running Linux)
TCP/IP: 15.1.3.8. Trying out your network (Running Linux)
booting Linux: 3.1.1. Booting Linux (Running Linux)
bootpd command (TCP/IP): 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
bootpgw command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
bootptest command (TCP/IP): 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
BootX software: D.3.3. Installing BootX (Running Linux)
D.5. Post-Installation: Setting Up the BootX Software (Running Linux)
border properties, KDE: 16.3.2.2. Borders (Linux in a Nutshell)
Bourne script, safe_mysqld: 4.3. Running MySQL (MySQL & mSQL)
br variable (printcap): 8.4.5.3. The rest of the printcap variables (Running Linux)
brackets ([]): 6.4.2.1. Embperl code blocks (CGI Programming with Perl)
blocks of code, enclosing in Embperl: 6.4.2.1. Embperl code blocks (CGI Programming with Perl)
placement in code: 16.2. Coding Guidelines (CGI Programming with Perl)
branches, revision control: 14.1.4. Branching (Linux in a Nutshell)
admin command and: 14.3.8.1. admin (Linux in a Nutshell)
log command and: 14.4.7.12. log (Linux in a Nutshell)
branching commands, sed: 12.4.5. Branching Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
break command (bash): 7.7. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
break command (csh/tcsh): 8.9. Built-in csh and tcsh Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
break command (gawk): 13.8. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
break command (gdb): 14.1.6.1. Breakpoints and watchpoints (Running Linux)
breaking text lines: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
breakpoints: 14.1.1. Tracing a Program (Running Linux)
14.1.6.1. Breakpoints and watchpoints (Running Linux)
breaksw command (csh/tcsh): 8.9. Built-in csh and tcsh Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
broadcast address: 15.1.3.1. Your network configuration (Running Linux)
15.1.3.2. The networking rc files (Running Linux)
browsability of Windows files: 12.1.3.2. Configuring Samba (Running Linux)
BrowserMatch directive: 4.6.4.2. BrowserMatch and BrowserMatchNoCase (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
BrowserMatchNoCase directive: 4.6.4.2. BrowserMatch and BrowserMatchNoCase (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
browsers (see also web browsers)
14.1. Communicating with Other Servers (CGI Programming with Perl)
cookies: 5.10.2. Cookies (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
HTTP/1.1 and: 6.5. Browsers and HTTP/1.1 (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
icons and: 7.1.4. AddIcon (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
imagemaps: 7.3. Imagemaps (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
languages and: 6.3. Language Negotiation (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
browsers on AlphaLinux: C.7.4. Graphical Browser Considerations (Running Linux)
browsing songs available for download (interactive form): 7.3.2. Example (CGI Programming with Perl)
BSD (Berkeley Software Distribution): 1.3. Commands on Linux (Linux in a Nutshell)
1.5. Sources and Licenses (Linux in a Nutshell)
BSD (Berkeley Unix): 1.2. A Brief History of Linux (Running Linux)
FreeBSD and NetBSD: A.4. General Software FTP Sites (Running Linux)
1.8.4. Other Implementations of Unix (Running Linux)
print utilities: 8.4.10. BSD Print System Elements: Files, Directories, and Utilities (Running Linux)
8.4.14. Printer System Troubleshooting (Running Linux)
9.5. Printing (Running Linux)
bsh (Bourne shell): 13.3. Shell Programming (Running Linux)
BS2000/OSD: 1.10. Apache Under BS2000/OSD and AS/400 (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
buffer space allocation: 6.1.4. Common Attributes (Programming the Perl DBI)
buffering
CGI output, nph scripts and: Headers (CGI Programming with Perl) 3.3.2. Complete (Non-Parsed)
flushing buffers automatically: 14.1.2. IO::Socket (CGI Programming with Perl)
output stream, unbuffering: 15.2.6. Unbuffer Output Stream (CGI Programming with Perl)
output to STDOUT, malformed header errors and: 15.1.4. "Malformed" Header (CGI Programming with Perl)
buffers
API functions for: 14.6.22. Buffering Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
Emacs commands for: 10.3.10. Buffer Manipulation Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
fixed-length: 15.5. General Hints (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
writing to disk: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
buffers, Emacs: 9.2.2. Simple Editing Commands (Running Linux)
BUFFER_SIZE: 5.2.4. File Uploads with CGI.pm (CGI Programming with Perl)
bugs: 1. Getting Started (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
keepalives and Netscape: 3.4.14. KeepAlive (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
building kernel: 7.4.2. Building the Kernel (Running Linux)
hardware and: 7.4.2. Building the Kernel (Running Linux)
built-in command (bash): 7.7. Built-in Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
built-ins command (tcsh): 8.9. Built-in csh and tcsh Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
bulletin board systems (see BBS)
bunzip2 command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
7.1.1. Using gzip and bzip2 (Running Linux)
bus architecture: 1.9.1. Motherboard and CPU Requirements (Running Linux)
business rules: 8.4. The Three-tier Architecture (MySQL & mSQL)
business rules, collecting into modules: 6.4. Embperl (CGI Programming with Perl)
Buslogic SCSI interfaces: 3.1.1. Booting Linux (Running Linux)
busmouse interface: 3.1.1. Booting Linux (Running Linux)
button bar, fvwm2: 17.5. A Quick Tour of the fvwm Environment (Linux in a Nutshell)
multiple desktops, specifying: 17.9. Having Multiple Desktops (Linux in a Nutshell)
button settings, GNOME panel: 15.4.2.2. Buttons (Linux in a Nutshell)
buttons: 4.2.3.9. Plain buttons (CGI Programming with Perl)
image buttons: 4.2.3.8. Image buttons (CGI Programming with Perl)
plain buttons: 4.2.3.9. Plain buttons (CGI Programming with Perl)
radio buttons: 4.2.3.5. Radio buttons (CGI Programming with Perl)
reset buttons: 4.2.3.7. Reset buttons (CGI Programming with Perl)
submit buttons: 4.2.3.6. Submit buttons (CGI Programming with Perl)
bye command (tcsh): 8.9. Built-in csh and tcsh Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
byte codes: 13.6.1. The Promise of Java, or Why You Might Want to Use Java (Running Linux)
bytes_in_free_blocks( ): 14.6.1. Pool Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
bytes_in_pool( ): 14.6.1. Pool Functions (Apache: The Definitive Guide)
bzcat command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
bzip2 command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)
7.1.1. Using gzip and bzip2 (Running Linux)
bzip2recover command: 3.1. Alphabetical Summary of Commands (Linux in a Nutshell)


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