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Computer Science book writers and publishers: As a general rule, shorter books are better than those SAMS-type page tomes, teach you more, and are harder to write.
Everything, including a discussion on sequence points and side effects, among other topics, is included in Peter Prinz’s and Tony Crawford’s C in a Nutshell, which is masterful in its coverage of the language. This is a really good introduction to C programming language with clear and concise explanations.
It’s not my linguaggoo pass through it, but I still learned new stuff. Retrieved 24 July Beaten only by the even more minimalist Coral in my ‘umble opinion. Linuaggio 07, Ettore Pasquini rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Because the book was co-authored by the original language designer, and because the first edition of the book served for many years as linfuaggio de facto standard for the language, the book was regarded by many to be the authoritative reference on C.
We have tried to retain the brevity of the fir This book is meant to help the reader learn how to program in C.
Linguaggio C – Brian W. Kernighan, Dennis M. Ritchie – Google Books
I’ve dreamed in C too many nights to count — not about discussing C, or debugging C, kernighaj writing C, but being C code and interacting with other entities as God meant us to: As a reference to the language proper, there may very well be no better introductory read; C itself is quite simple, as the authors admit, and who better to explain it to you than the people who created it?
Books by Brian W. I can’t even say that I need to consult this very often anymore, although it will linugaggio clear up any questions you might have about arrays of pointers to unions of structs. Sep 24, Lucius rated it really liked it.
When looking for a good technical book on any subject, make sure you try to find the small ritcjie Don’t read this book to learn C — that a skill fewer and fewer people need to master.
The C Programming Language
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. He used excessive amounts of Preprocessor Macros in his codes which make code readable and easily understood.
Having a basic understanding of how this Turing machine works gives, in addition to an appreciation of how the complexity of all the software we use emerges from simple principles, another set of tools to debug the next annoying problem.
This is more due to C99’s baroque restrict system than anything else, and of course an unsatisfiable impulse towards contrarianism. I already knew some C when I read this book, but reading this book gave me an appetite for ritchiie more liguaggio how compilers work and about the theory and design of programming languages.
It is the definitive reference guide, linguaggip in a second edition. If you want to learn how to really program you need to DO this book. Also the explanations are not so good.
The C Programming Language by Brian W. Kernighan
Examples generally consist of complete programs of the type one is likely to encounter in daily use of the language, with an emphasis on system programming. I read this years ago when I was first taking C. Ubiquitously known as “Kernighan and Ritchie”, this slim volume was the must read of its day and despite its deceptively few pages, was a marvellous cure for insomnia.
Jan 25, Sookie rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is a great book, definitely worth reading. I learned C sufficiently well with this book.
Although there has been “price creep” for a basic trade paperback in recent years, it is still worth the price if you want to be a computer professional. The best thing about this book is the brevity.
We have refined the original examples, and have added new examples in several chapters. View all 17 comments. The first edition, published on February 22ndwas the first widely available book on the C programming language. That being said, someone with dreams of “coding” circa absolutely cannot pass up the minimal effort necessary to study and comprehend this book; one will be able to “parse” seemingly-terse C programs after reading it, and one additionally gets a postage-stamp rotchie to the Unix operating system the ancestor of Linux and macOS whose principles power the Internet.