Teach yourself C.Material type: TextPublication details: Berkeley, Calif. ; London : Osborne, 1997. Edition: 3rd edISBN: 0078823110Subject(s): C (Computer program language)DDC classification: 005.133
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
1. C Fundamentals -- 2. Introducing C's Program Control Statements -- 3. More C Program Control Statements -- 4. A Closer Look at Data Types, Variables, and Expressions -- 5. Exploring Arrays and Strings -- 6. Using Pointers -- 7. A Closer Look at Functions -- 8. Console I/O -- 9. File I/O -- 10. Structures and Unions -- 11. Advanced Data Types and Operators -- 12. The C Preprocessor and Some Advanced Topics -- A. Some Common C Library Functions -- B. C Keyword Summary -- C. Building a Windows Skeleton -- D. Answers.
Teach Yourself C begins with the fundamentals, covers all the essentials, and concludes with a look at some of C's most advanced features. Along the way are plenty of practical examples, self-evaluation skill checks, and exercises. Answers to all exercises at the back of the book, so you can easily check your progress. Best of all, you'll learn with Schildt's proven "mastery" method: the highly effective yet versatile approach that has helped millions become skilled programmers. This approach lets you work at your own pace, in your own way. Even if you have found C confusing in the past, Schildt's clear, paced presentation will make even advanced topics easy to understand.