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Author: Programmeringssprog; Programmering; D Gookin
Publisher: Hoboken, NJ : Wiley Pub., ©2004
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Suitable for C programmers, this book takes them through the entire development cycle of a C program - designing and developing the program, writing source code, compiling the code, linking the code  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Programmeringssprog; Programmering; D Gookin
ISBN: 0764570692 9780764570698
OCLC Number: 475050875
Description: xxvi, 806 s. : illustrations
Contents: Introduction. Book I: Hello, C. Chapter 1: Your Basic C Program. Chapter 2: How It All Works. Chapter 3: More Basics, Comments, and Errors. Chapter 4: Introducing Numbers and Variables. Chapter 5: More Variables and Basic I/O. Chapter 6: Decision Time. Chapter 7: Looping. Chapter 8: Using Constants. Chapter 9: Mysterious Math. Chapter 10: It s Only Logical. Book II: Middle C. Chapter 1: Variables from Beyond Infinity. Chapter 2: The Madness of Printf( ). Chapter 3: Maniacal Math Functions. Chapter 4: Not Truly Random. Chapter 5: While Going Loopy. Chapter 6: More Decision Making. Chapter 7: The Goto Chapter. Book III: Above C Level. Chapter 1: Asking for Arrays. Chapter 2: I Sing of Strings. Chapter 3: Messing with Characters. Chapter 4: Stinkin Structures. Chapter 5: Creating Your Own Functions. Chapter 6: Quitting Before You re Done. Chapter 7: More Variable Nonsense. Book IV: Advanced C. Chapter 1: Introduction to Evil Pointers. Chapter 2: Getting to the â Point. Chapter 3: Binary Bits. Chapter 4: The Myth of the Array. Chapter 5: Pointers and Strings. Chapter 6: Crazy Arrays of Pointers. Chapter 7: Functions and Pointers. Chapter 8: Structures, Pointers, and the Malloc Deity. Chapter 9: Does Anyone Have the Time? Chapter 10: Building Big Programs. Chapter 11: Help! Book V: Disk Drive C. Chapter 1: Just Your Standard I/O. Chapter 2: Interacting with the Command Line. Chapter 3: Hello, Disk! Chapter 4: More Formal File Writing and Reading. Chapter 5: Random Access Files. Chapter 6: Folder Folderol. Chapter 7: Under New File Management. Book VI: The Joy of Linked Lists. Chapter 1: Why Linked Lists? Chapter 2: Dawn of the Database. Chapter 3: Storing a Linked List on Disk. Chapter 4: The Nightmare of the Double-Linked List. Book VII: Appendixes. Appendix A: The Stuff You Need to Know before Reading Everything Else in This Book. Appendix B: ASCII Table. Appendix C: Answers to Exercises. Appendix D: C Language Keywords and Operators. Appendix E: C Language Variable Types. Appendix F: Escape Sequences. Appendix G: Conversion Characters. Index.
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