Learning GNU C
by Ciaran O'Riordan
The aim of this book is to teach GNU users how to write software in C. It is written primarily as a tutorial for beginners but should be thorough enough to be used as a reference by experience programmers. The basics are layed down in full in the first few chapters.
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by Brian Hall
A brief how-to guide on network programming using Internet sockets, written for anybody who is just starting out with socket programming. The section on Windows programming is also included. The guide is updated for IPv6.
by Jerry Jongerius - Prentice Hall
The book presents a programming style that automatically detects bugs in C code. It describes a technique that results in bug-free code from the beginning, advocating a style of coding based upon data abstraction and run-time object verification.
by Bharat Kinariwala, Tep Dobry - University of Hawaii at Manoa
Contents: Designing Programs Top Down; Processing Character Data; Numeric Data Types and Expression Evaluation; Pointers; Arrays; Functions and Files; Two Dimensional Arrays; Sorting and Searching; String Processing; Structures and Unions; etc.
This online wiki book is a quick and easy introduction to the ANSI C programming language. It is written by a novice, and is intended for use by a novice. However, it does assume some familiarity with a programming language.