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An Advanced Introduction : ANSI C Edition

Author: Narain Gehani

Publisher: W H Freeman & Company

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Category: C (Computer program language)

Page: 265

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Introduces the C programming language, and discusses type definitions, operators, functions, statements, loops, and macros.

C- An Advanced Introduction: Ansi C Edition

Author: Narain Gehani

Publisher: Universities Press

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Page: 276

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This book on ANSI is for reader with a good knowledge of at least one procedural programming language such as Pascal, FORTRAN or Ada. Advanced aspects of C, for example, type declarations, data abstraction, exceptions and the C preprocessor are emphasized. Several examples drawn from a wide spectrum of application areas such as interactive programming....

UNIX Review

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Category: Computer programming

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Category: Microcomputers

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Forthcoming Books

Author: Rose Arny

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Category: American literature

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Advanced Turbo C Programming

Author: Keith Weiskamp

Publisher: Academic Press

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Category: Computers

Page: 574

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Advanced Turbo C Programming provides the necessary programming tools for programmers who are interested in learning new skills in developing some useful tools and PC applications using the Turbo C Version 1.5 programming language and environment. This book covers both the advanced programming features of the IBM PC and Turbo C. It is organized into five sections. In Section 1 the proposed ANSI standard features, tips and techniques about C programming style, working with the C preprocessor, and tips for using pointers and managing memory allocation tasks are introduced. Section 2 discusses techniques for constructing useful and reliable data structures from linked lists to binary trees. The third section provides the complete Turbo C I/O system and takes an in-depth look at the many tools that Turbo C provides for accessing files and other I/O devices. Section 4 explains the techniques for interacting with DOS and the special features of Turbo C such as the Borland Graphic Interface (BGI). The final section, Section 5 presents the tools and techniques for developing Turbo C-like user interfaces, such as pop-up windows, pop-up menus, and pulldown menus. Computer programmers will find the text invaluable.

C Programming in easy steps, 4th edition

Author: Mike McGrath

Publisher: In Easy Steps

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Category: Computers

Page: 192

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C Programming in easy steps has an easy-to-follow style that will appeal to anyone who wants to begin programming in C, from programmers moving from another programming language, to the student who is studying C programming at school or college, or to those seeking a career in computing who need a fundamental understanding of procedural programming. C Programming in easy steps begins by explaining how to download and install a free C compiler so that you can quickly begin to create your own executable programs by copying the book's examples. You need have no previous knowledge of any programming language so it's ideal for the newcomer to computer programming. Each chapter builds your knowledge of C. C Programming in easy steps contains separate chapters on the major features of the C language. There are complete example programs that demonstrate each aspect of C together with screenshots that illustrate the output when that program has been executed. The sample code provided all has colored syntax-highlighting for clearer understanding. By the end of this book you will have gained a sound understanding of the C language and be able to write your own C programs and compile them into executable files that can be run on any compatible computer. Fully updated and revised since the third edition, which was published in April 2009. Table of Contents 1) Getting started 2) Storing variable values 3) Setting constant values 4) Performing operations 5) Making statements 6) Employing functions 7) Pointing to data 8) Manipulating strings 9) Building structures 10) Producing results Reference Section