Learn C The Hard Way
by Zed A. Shaw
Publisher: LCodeTHW 2011
Number of pages: 660
A clear and direct introduction to modern C programming. The purpose of this book is to get you strong enough in C that you'll be able to write your own software in it, or modify someone else's code. The text is not for beginners, but for people who have at least read Learn Python The Hard Way or know one other programming language.
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