C by dissection: the essentials of C programming

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Addison-Wesley Pub. Co, 1996 - Computers - 687 pages
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This significantly revised edition has been carefully designed to meet the needs of readers new to C. The reader moves easily through the fundamentals of C and on to its latest applications by means of a time-tested explanatory tool called dissection, first developed by the authors in 1984. Dissection, a pedagogical method similar to a structured, step-by-step walk-through, explains new programming elements and idioms as they are encountered in working code. Right from the start, the authors introduce the reader to complete programs, and at an early point in the text the reader learns to write functions, an important feature of structured programming.

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This was the text for a C programming class. It was worthy and kept it around long after for reference, The Essentials of C Programming. Read full review

Contents

Writing an ANSI C Program
1
Lexical Elements Operators and the C System
47
Flow of Control
87
Copyright

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Pohl is a professor of Computer Science at the University of California.

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