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9.2.2 Library Implementation

In order to set the stage for later chapter which expand upon this example, in this subsection I will describe the purpose of the sources that combine to implement the shell library. I will not dissect the code introduced here--you can download the sources from the book's webpages at https://sources.redhat.com/autobook/.

The remaining sources for the library, beyond the support files described in the previous subsection, are divided into four pairs of files:


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