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Last Review by Nerox - posted: 02-20-2005 05:21 PM [ Post a Review
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The best book i've ever seen for beginners, it contains a lot of examples to learn the C programming language in an easy manner. You will understand this book even if you have no clue about programming. Note: it's also available in Spanish, known as "Programación en C", the book is perfectly translated.

Rating: 9
Product Details: "Schaum's Outline of Programming with C 2nd Edition" by Nerox - posted: 02-20-2005 - Rating: ********* 9.00

Last Review by Nerox - posted: 02-20-2005 04:54 PM [ Post a Review


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This is a good book for learning the C programming language in few pages. However you must know something about programming to understand all exposed there.

Rating: 8
Product Details: "The C Programming Language - Second Edition" by kesara - posted: 01-16-2005 - Rating: ********* 9.13

Last Review by Nerox - posted: 02-20-2005 04:22 PM [ Post a Review
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Views: 49440

This is a good book for anyone who wants to understand how network protocols work and have no clue about it. It provides a good overview about well-known protocols such as IP, TCP, UDP. You will be able to write socket programs under the C programming language. Of course, a C knowledge is required. Last, the Spanish translation is dreadful.

Rating: 6
Product Details: "Linux Socket Programming" by Nerox - posted: 02-20-2005 - Rating: ****** 6.00

Last Review by Nerox - posted: 11-01-2004 06:35 AM [ Post a Review


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It is quite good to learn linux (administration, programming), and for a server usage, but not for a desktop computer.

Rating: 7
Product Details: "Woody 3.0r2" by TheRepublican - posted: 03-14-2004 - Rating: ********* 9.09



  



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