System V Interface Definition


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System V Interface Definition

(SVID) A standard allowing source code portability between different platforms running Unix System V.
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(System VInterface Definition) An AT&T specification for the Unix System V operating system. SVID Release 3 specifies the interface for Unix System V Release 4. See Unix history and Unix.
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