What Is POSIX (Portable Operating System Interface)?

July 24, 2023

POSIX (Portable Operating System Interface for UNIX) is a set of standards for interfaces and specifications that support portability and compatibility between UNIX-like systems.

The standard defines various functions, such as file handling, process management, and system call APIs. POSIX encourages cross-platform compatibility and operations in Linux systems.

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