The New C Standard by Derek M. Jones

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The New C Standard

Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
ISBN/ASIN: 0201709171
ISBN-13: 9780201709179
Number of pages: 1615

This book is about the latest version of the C Standard (ISO/IEC 9899:1999), it is structured as a detailed, systematic analysis of that entire language standard. This book is driven by existing developer practices, not ideal developer practices. Every sentence in the C Standard appears in this book. Each of these sentences are followed by a Commentary section, and sections dealing with C90, C++, Other Languages, Common Implementations, Coding Guidelines, Example, and Usage as appropriate.

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