e-books in C Programming Language category
by Simon Long - Raspberry Pi Press , 2019
Even if you are an absolute beginner, this book will teach you all you need to know to write simple programs in C and start creating GUIs. The book shows how to use the GTK user interface toolkit with C to create feature-rich GUI applications.
by Simon Long - Raspberry Pi Ltd. , 2016
Learn to code with C across 13 packed chapters: Create variables and do arithmetic; Control the flow of your C programs; For loops and case statements; Understand and create functions; Work with arrays and strings; and much more.
by Tim Bailey - University of Sydney , 2005
This textbook is a thorough introduction to the C programming language, with an emphasis on software design and code organisation. The author shows how to apply the language features to build scalable modular software systems.
- The C Guru , 2016
C is not a high level language, instead it is a mid level language with simplicity of high level language and power of low-level language. As a result programs written in C are very fast. C is used to create UNIX, Linux, Windows, Photoshop.
by Nick Parlante - Stanford University , 2003
A 45 page summary of the C language. Explains all the common features and techniques for the C language. The coverage is pretty quick, so it is most appropriate for someone with some programming background who needs to see how C works.
by Jens Gustedt - ICube , 2015
The book introduces you to the very basics of programming with C, details most principal concepts and features such as control structures, data types, operators and functions, fully explains pointers, performance, reentrancy, atomicity, threads, etc.
by David A. Curry - O'Reilly , 1989
'Using C on the UNIX System' provides a thorough introduction to the UNIX system call libraries. This book is aimed at programmers who already know C, but who want to take full advantage of the UNIX programming environment.
by Daniel Holden - buildyourownlisp.com , 2014
In this book you'll learn the C programming language, and at the same time learn how to build your very own programming language, a minimal Lisp, in under 1000 lines of code. This book is not suitable as a first programming language book ...
by Pieter Hartel, Henk Muller - Addison-Wesley , 1999
The book teaches how to program in C, assuming that the student has already learnt how to formulate algorithms in a functional style. The student will become a better C programmer, capable of writing programs that are easier to maintain.
by A. D. Marshall - Cardiff University , 1999
This book is guide to UNIX software development in C for professional programmers and students. It focuses on the UNIX system call interface, the programming interface between the UNIX Kernel and applications running in the UNIX environment.
by K. Joseph Wesley, R. Rajesh Jeba Anbiah , 2008
This is an intermediate to advanced C programming book writen for C lovers, students, programmers, and other enthusiasts. The book is written to open many secrets of C, it alos introduces various approaches to solve different problems.
by JT Kalnay - Smashwords , 2012
The author included example programs that exhaustively illustrate the important points of C. By working through these programs you can teach yourself C. It is assumed that you already know how to program and are familiar with standard algorithms.
by Zed A. Shaw - LCodeTHW , 2011
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.
by Bharat Kinariwala, Tep Dobry - University of Hawaii at Manoa , 1993
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.
by Axel-Tobias Schreiner , 1999
In this book, we are going to use ANSI-C to discover how object-oriented programming is done, what its techniques are, why they help us solve bigger problems, and how we harness generality and program to catch mistakes earlier.
by Harry McGeough - Smashwords , 2011
Conceptive C is an AI programming Language based on Objective-C and C Language. It is a superset of both languages. Conceptive C uses concepts to program natural language and Artificial Intelligence based computer language based on Objective C.
- Wikibooks , 2006
C is the precursor for almost all of the popular high-level languages available today. This book represents a comprehensive look at the C programming language and its features. Basic computer literacy is assumed, but no special knowledge is needed.
- Wikibooks , 2010
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.
by Al Aho, Jeff Ullman - W. H. Freeman , 1994
Aho and Ullman have created a C version of their groundbreaking text. This book combines the theoretical foundations of computing with essential discrete mathematics. It follows the same organizations, with all examples and exercises in C.
by Richard M. Stallman - Free Software Foundation , 2003
The definitive reference manual for the most widely used compiler in the world, written by its current developers. The GNU Compiler Collection is a full-featured ANSI C compiler with support for C, C++, Objective C, Java and Fortran.
by David Thielen - Addison-Wesley , 1992
The book offers a revolutionary approach to software development by showing how to write error-free code from the start. Presented are techniques to stop many kinds of bugs from being included in a program. It also discusses how to test programs.
by J. H. M. Dassen, I. G. Sprinkhuizen-Kuyper - OOPWeb.com , 1999
This document describes several techniques and tools for debugging code in C-like languages in a Unix environment. We will also discuss some good coding practices that will diminish the occurrence of certain types of bugs.
by David Haskins - BookBoon , 2009
Using a series of web development examples, this book will give you an interesting glimpse into a powerful lower-level world. C is tight and spare and economical, and people who know C will ensure critical systems keep running.
by Mark Burgess, Ron Hale-Evans - Free Software Foundation , 2002
This book is a tutorial for the computer programming language C. You should have some basic computer literacy: to be able to run a program, edit a text file, etc. The tutorial introduces basic ideas in a logical order and progresses steadily.
by Sandra Loosemore, at al. - Free Software Foundation, Inc. , 2007
The GNU C library, described in this document, defines all of the library functions that are specified by the ISO C standard, as well as additional features specific to POSIX. This manual tells you how to use the facilities of the GNU library.
by Ciaran O'Riordan , 2002
The book teaches GNU users how to write software in C. It is written 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.
by Brian Hall , 2008
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 Tim Love , 1999
This document introduces C by providing and explaining examples of common programming tasks. It enables the reader to learn from available source code by clarifying common causes of incomprehension. Exercises form an integral part of the course.
by Mark Burgess , 1999
This book is a tutorial. Its aim is to teach C to a beginner, but with enough of the details so as not be outgrown as the years go by. It presumes that you have some previous aquaintance with programming, but you do not need much experience.
by Eric Huss , 1997
This guide provides a useful look at the standard C programming language. It will not teach one how to program in C, nor will it attempt to provide the history of C. It is merely a handy reference to the standard C library.
by Steve Oualline - M & T Books , 1992
A handy guide which covers the principals of good programming style, teaching C and C++ programmers how to write code that can be easily read, understood, and maintained by others. Useful both for students and professional programmers.
by Jerry Jongerius - Prentice Hall , 1995
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 Derek M. Jones - Addison-Wesley Professional , 2008
The book about the latest version of the C Standard, it is a systematic analysis of the language standard. Every sentence in the C Standard appears in this book, followed by a commentary section, common implementations, coding guidelines, etc.
by Brian J. Gough, Richard M. Stallman - Network Theory Ltd , 2004
This manual provides a complete introduction to the GNU C and C++ compilers, common problems and encountered error messages, with numerous easy examples. The text covers compiling using headers and libraries, preprocessor, linking, and more.
by Dwayne Philipps - R & D Books , 1997
An image processing tutorial which explains basic concepts, shows results with photographs, and implements programs in C. The book covers filters, edge detectors, and histogram equalizers, print procedures, and I/O routines, which are ready to use.
by Mike Banahan, Declan Brady, Mark Doran - Addison-Wesley Pub , 1991
Use this book to produce powerful and portable code. The C Book is dedicated to programmers who have some experience of using a modern high-level procedural programming language. Learn about new standards and how they affect existing C code.
by Axel Schreiner , 2001
We use ANSI-C to find out how to write object oriented programs , what are they useful for solving bigger problems, and how to catch mistakes earlier. The book covers classes, objects, instances, inheritance, linkage, methods, polymorphisms, and more.