The C programming language

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Prentice-Hall, 1978 - Computers - 228 pages
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A tutorial introduction. Types, operators and expressions. Control flow. Functions and program structure. Pointes and arrays. Structures. Input and output. Te Unix system interface; C reference.

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The main feature of this book is the writing style. - Flipkart
Also a good reference guide for experienced. - Flipkart
I strongly advice you to stop learning from this book. - Flipkart
Elegant writing style, concise, clear and informative. - Flipkart
But my advice is this is not for New-Bie's. - Flipkart
I bought this book from flipkart because of its writer. - Flipkart
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This is the language book that made the biggest difference in my software development career. It is also an easy read.

Good Book for C Learners :)

User Review  - Kalpesh Patel - Flipkart

Really great book from the maker of C Language :) A Must Have choice...I have reac many c books but this is simple and clear. Everything is point to point. But my advice is this is not for New-Bie's. New Comers should first look google for simplest C programs and then refer this book. Read full review

Contents

A Tutorial Introduction
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Types Operators and Expressions
33
Control Flow
51
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About the author (1978)

Brian Kernighan received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Princeton University in 1969. He was in the Computing Science Research Center at Bell Laboratories from 1969 to 2000 and now teaches in the Computer Science department at Princeton. He is the co-author of several computer science books, including THE C PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE and THE UNIX PROGRAMMING ENVIRONMENT.

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