Linux C++

Hi experts,
                     In windows OS  will send messages to application and one application can send messages to other application using  Windows API. Is there any thing same in Linux C++.

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There are several means of interprocess communications on Linux, you will gind an overview here ("Interprocess Communication Mechanisms") and links to detailed explanations at ("Linux Interprocess Communications"). If you are thinking along the lines of an equivalent regarding Windows messaging, that would be 'XtAppAddInput()' on the sending side and 'XNextEvent()' on the receiving side, see ("Signal Handling")

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vimalalexAuthor Commented:
Hi jkr,
               Thanks for your reply.Can you give me some more links for learning c++ in Linux.

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