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Schaum's Outline of Programming with C 2nd Edition
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1 47795 02-20-2005
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100% of reviewers $28.00 9.0

Description: he broad, yet in-depth coverage of C programming language, within the context of today's C programming style, makes this book as useful for practicing professionals as it is for beginning programmers. This study guide solves many sample problems using other programming languages so readers can compare several popular languages. It also includes clear explanations of most of the features in the current ANSI standard. The emphasis throughout is on designing clear, legible, modular and efficient programs.

Table of contents:
Introductory Concepts.
C Fundamentals.
Operators and Expressions.
Data Input and Output.
Preparing and Running a Complete C Program.
Control Statements.
Program Structure.
Structure and Unions.
Data Files.
Low-Level Programming.
Some Additional Features of C.
A: Number Systems.
B: Escape Sequences.
C: Operator Summary.
D: Data Types and Data Conversation Rules.
E: The ASCII Character Set.
F: Control Statement Summary.
G: Commonly used scanf and printf Conversion Characters.
Keywords: C programming language beginner novice
Publisher: McGraw Hill
ISBN: 0070240353

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Old 02-20-2005, 05:21 PM   #1
Registered: Jul 2004
Posts: 111

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Would you recommend the product? yes | Price you paid?: $28.00 | Rating: 9

Pros: Perfect for beginners
Cons: Not for skilled programmers

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.


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