Beginning C From Novice to Professional – Ivor Horton – 5th Edition


C is the programming language of choice when speed and reliability are required. It is used for many low-level tasks, such as device drivers and operating- programming. For example, much of Windows and Linux is based on C programming. The updated 4th edition of builds on the strengths of its predecessors to offer an essential guide for anyone who wants to learn C or desires a ‘brush-up’ in this compact, fundamental language. This classic from author, lecturer and respected academic Ivor Horton is the essential guide for anyone looking to learn the C language from the ground up.

It is the basis for the C++ that is widely used in a great many contexts, including the GNU Project. It underlies the Linux operating and many of its utilities. Learning C provides a strong foundation for any programming care, and will even help you better understand more modern such as Java.

is written by renowned author Ivor Horton. The increases your programming expertise by guiding you through the development of fully working C applications that use what you’ve learned in a practical context. You’ll also be able to strike out on your own by trying the exercises included at the end of each chapter. At the end of the book you’ll be confident in your skills with all facets of the widely-used and powerful C language.

– The only beginning-level to cover the latest ANSI standard in C
– Revised to cover C99 features newly-supported by language compilers
– Emphasizes code after the first chapter
– Includes substantial examples relevant to intermediate users

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Programming in C
Chapter 2: First Steps in Programming
Chapter 3: Making Decisions
Chapter 4: Loops
Chapter 5: Arrays
Chapter 6: Applications with Strings and Text
Chapter 7: Pointers
Chapter 8: Structuring Your Programs
Chapter 9: More on Functions
Chapter 10: Essential Input and Output
Chapter 11: Structuring Data
Chapter 12: Working with Files
Chapter 13: The Preprocessor and Debugging
Chapter 14: Advanced and Specialized Topics

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