Teach Yourself C in 21 Days

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Sams Pub., 1997 - C (Computer program language) - 699 pages
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"Teach Yourself C in 21 Days," Fourth Edition teaches you the essentials of C programming in 21 easy lessons. You'll begin by learning basic C functionality and progress to writing and debugging your own programs in just a few short days. In addition, you will learn advanced C programming techniques, such as using pointers, manipulating strings, and creating structures and unions. Plenty of code samples and complete listings, as well as dozens of review questions, ensure that you will thoroughly understand C.

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Contents

Your First C Program
10
Type Run 1 Printing Your Listings
19
Variables and Constants
35
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Peter Aitken was writing about computers and software before the first version of Excel was released. Since then he has written more than 40 books and innumerable magazine and Web articles on topics ranging from office applications and personal finance to application development and digital photography. Peter is also the proprietor of PGA Consulting, providing application development and technical writing services to clients since 1996. You can learn more about Peter's books at http: //www.pgacon.com/books.htm.

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Bradley L. Jones manages various high-profile sites for Jupitermedia (internet.com) that focus on making technical information easy to understand and easy to learn. He oversees a dozen sites including Developer.com, DevX, Gamelan.com, VBForums, jGuru, and Java Boutique. In addition, he writes a weekly e-newsletter and numerous articles devoted to helping readers understand complex topics. He is an internationally bestselling author with a number of books to his credit, and has been recognized as an influencer in the technical community.

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