Programming in C

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  • An Introduction to the C Programming Language and Software Design

    By Tim Bailey | What sets this book apart from most introductory C-programming texts is its strong emphasis on software design. Like other texts, it presents the core language syntax and semantics, but it also addresses aspects of program composition, such as function interfaces (Section 4.5), file modularity (Section 5.7), and object-modular coding style (Section 11.6).

  • Learning C Programming

    By Tutorialspoint | This tutorial is designed for software programmers with a need to understand the C programming language starting from scratch. This tutorial will give you enough understanding on C programming language from where you can take yourself to higher level of expertise.

  • C Programming Tutorial

    By Mark Burgess
    This book is a tutorial. Its aim is to teach C to a beginner, but with enough of the details so as not be outgrown as the years go by. It presumes that you have some previous aquaintance with programming — you need to know what a variable is and what a function is — but you do not need much experience.

  • The C Book

    By Mike Banahan, Declan Brady and Mark Doran
    The book is designed for programmers who already have some experience of using a modern high level procedural programming language.

    The C Book

  • The C programming Language

    By Brian W. Kernighan and Dennis M. Ritchie | This Second Edition of The C Programming Language describes C as defined by the ANSI standard. Although we have noted the places where the language has evolved, we have chosen to write exclusively in the new form. For the most part, this makes no significant difference; the most visible change is the new form of function declaration and definition. Modern compilers already support most features of the standard.

  • C Programming

    By WikiBooks | The goal of this book is to introduce you to and teach you the C programming language. Basic computer literacy is assumed, but no special knowledge is needed.

    C Programming

  • Beginning C: Fifth Edition

    By Ivor Horton | With this book you can become a competent C programmer using the latest version of the C language. In many ways, C is an ideal language with which to learn programming. It’s very compact, so there isn’t a lot of syntax to learn before you can write real applications

  • The GNU C Programming Tutorial

    Bu Mark Burgess and Ron Hale-Evans | This book is a tutorial for the computer programming language C. Unlike BASIC or Pascal, C was not written as a teaching aid, but as a professional tool.

  • Learn C on the Mac

    By David Mark and James Bucanek | This book assumes that you know how to use your Mac. That’s it. You don’t need to know anything about programming—not one little bit. We’ll start off with the basics, and each step we take will be a small one to make sure that you have no problem following along.

    Learn C on the Mac

  • Advanced C

    By Peter D. Hipson | Advanced C is for the programmer who has some experience writing applications in C or a similar language, such as PL/I or Pascal. Regardless of whether you are an intermediate or experienced programmer, this book is intended to improve your skills as easily as possible.

    Advanced C

  • C Programming in Linux

    By David Haskins