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NET Pro. It is very detailed and easy to read. A must-have book! I'd say the best thing to do is go to your local Barnes and Noble or whichever bookstore you have nearby, set aside an afternoon, and thumb through all the available books until you find one you understand and feel offers the level of detail you need. After all, you're buying the book to spend a bunch of time reading it, right?
Smith 0. I am also a big fan of Programming C O'Reilly. I can't say that I have ever come across a book from O'Reilly that I didn't really like and believe me I have a lot of them. Wednesday, October 25, PM. Me too. I only have the 1st edition, so the 4th edition must be even better.
I would recommend "Professional C " by by Christian Nagel et al. Wrox Press. This is an excellent book for novice to intermediate developers. My favoriate C specific book would have to be Effective C by Bill Wagner, he goes through 50 mostly-short examples of ways to improve your C code and the reasoning behind it. I don't think this is the first C book you'd want to go to if you are just getting started with C but I also don't think it is a book that should only be recommended to advanced users, I think just about anyone but the absolute beginner can benefit from it.
I read the. NET 1. The C Programming Language by Hejilsberg and co. But that's minor qualm, and it's a clear and concise description of the language from the authoritative sources. Make sure to get the second edition - the first edition describes 2. Thursday, October 26, AM. Is it my imagination, or has this become unstickied? I was wondering this yesterday, thanks Matthew, ill make it a sticky again and keep a close eye.
Thursday, October 26, PM. Programming C is the best IMO.
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It reads easily and goes at a good pace. Sunday, October 29, PM. Monday, October 30, PM. C Book Recommendations, not Book list! You're supposed to suggest the best book s , not list them all!
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Hello All, Visual C Step-by-step is a good book. Thanks, John. Tuesday, October 31, AM. Learning C is intended for beginners, although if you have a programming background at all especially if an OOP background not even a full language understanding, just "background" then I would just go to Programming C , its more in-depth and covers everything in a simple way. Tuesday, October 31, PM. Wednesday, November 1, AM. Pro ASP. NET with C Friday, November 17, PM. Just me so take it with a grain of salt.. Maybe a whole box of salt! I got picked up Pro C and the.
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I have more than several good books on C. I think this is the BEST of all of them.
Much of the content is WAY above my little brain but I found this book hard to put down anyway.. Just My opinion Wednesday, November 29, AM. Sunday, December 3, AM. Saturday, December 9, AM. Craig Maslowski. Sunday, December 10, AM. Monday, December 11, AM. I have to say though, that I never see his books at the bookstores I go to..
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Well, new books. AND It's free.. I LOVE free! Monday, December 11, PM. The PDF file is great Tuesday, December 12, AM. Search this Forum : Advanced Search. BB code is On. Smilies are On.
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Based in St. Bill is a Technical Director for Reuters, the international news and financial services company. You can reach Bill at evjen yahoo. He is currently a Project Coordinator and Architect for a large financial services company in Nashville, Tennessee, working on software for the TabletPC platform. He can be contacted at jlsglynn hotmail.