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You\'ve never seen a C book like this before: packed with useful information and examples, yet highly readable. Everyone from beginner to expert can profit from reading C Programming: A Modern Approach.
Table of Contents
|History of C|
|Strengths and Weaknesses of C|
|Effective Use of C|
|Writing a Simple Program|
|Program: Printing a Pun|
|Compiling and Linking|
|The General Form of a Simple Program|
|Variables and Assignment|
|Printing the Value of a Variable|
|Computing the Dimensional Weight of a Box|
|Reading Input Program: Computing the Dimensional Weight of a Box (Revisited)|
|Defining Constants Program: Converting from Fahrenheit to Celsius|
|Layout of a C Program|
|The printf Function Conversion Specifications|
|Program: Using printf to Format Numbers|
|The scanf Function How scanf Works|
|Ordinary Characters in Format Strings|
|Confusing printf with scanf|
|Program: Computing the Value of Stock Holdings|
|Operator Precedence and Associativity|
|Program: Computing a UPC Check Digit|
|Assignment Operators Simple Assignment|
|Increment and Decrement Operators|
|Expression Evaluation Order of Subexpression Evaluation|
|5 Selection Statements|
|Logical Expressions Relational Operators|
|The if Statement Compound Statements|
|The else Clause|
|Cascaded if Statements|
|Program: Calculating a Broker's Commission|
|The 'Dangling else' Problem|
|The switch Statement The Role of the break Statement|
|Program: Printing a Date in Legal Form|
|The while Statement Infinite Loops|
|Program: Printing a Table of Squares|
|Program: Summing a Series of Numbers|
|The do Statement Program: Calculating the Number of Digits in an Integer|
|The for Statement for Statement Idioms|
|Omitting Expressions in a for Statement|
|The Comma Operator|
|Program: Printing a Table of Squares (Revisited)|
|Exiting from a Loop|
|The break Statement|
|The continue Statement|
|The goto Statement|
|Program: Balancing a Checkbook|
|The Null Statement|
|Integer Types Integer Constants|
|Reading and Writing Integers|
|Program: Summing a Series of Numbers (Revisited)|
|Reading and Writing Floating-Point Numbers|
|Reading and Writing Characters|
|Program: Determining the Length of a Message|
|The sizeof Operator|
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