The C Programming Language

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Prentice Hall, Jan 1, 1988 - Computers - 272 pages
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Introduces the features of the C programming language, discusses data types, variables, operators, control flow, functions, pointers, arrays, and structures, and looks at the UNIX system interface.

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From the days of Unix on a tape, and PDP/11 computers (I really miss DEC); it's the universal language for one of the longest lasting operating systems out there. I used this book to learn C, from a ... Read full review

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I have the first edition of this book, and it's just as useful today as the day I first purchased it as a textbook. Of all the programming books I own/have owned, this is the only one I will never let ... Read full review

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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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