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10 thoughts on “C Primer

  1. says:

    generalA really good C book for beginners I mean it probably won't work as the very first book on programming but if you have some programming background and just want to learn C this should work really well The whole thing is structured very nicely and in the rare case when you have some uestions they are typically ans

  2. says:

    I've been using this book to brush up on my C for interviews I've been writing C for a while but I've also worked in some environments embedded where C was written like C no use of vectors strings etc so I needed to brush up on these topics the mostOn that account I think the book is great I'd even say 4 star worthyHoweverone thing I found slightly disturbing is that the book seems to imply that learning about pointers and memo

  3. says:

    This is a fantastic book and a great learning resource I initially started with Scott Meyer's Effective Modern C 42 Specific Ways to Improve Your Use of C11 and C14 but realized there were too many conceptual gaps I needed to fill This book was just the ticket It was about a week long detour but essential to further progress Even though I've

  4. says:

    The first good C intro that fully adopts C11 style and features Read it

  5. says:

    A big help on refreshing my long gone C knowledge that reminded my why it was gone in the first place This primer with 400 pages sorts out all ambiguities between raw pointers and smart pointers and is loaded with insightful comments including the new C11 syntax Some gripes I had were the weird usage of example code that started fro

  6. says:

    This book is a good solid introduction to modern C It covers a lot of language features and it does so in the right way ie it does not teach you C through C as many other books do but rather introduce the reader directly to modern C which is mostly free from its C heritage The overall structure of the book is uite logical explanati

  7. says:

    Least number of examples and exercises Better as a reference Digs deep into the concept

  8. says:

    Read to review my C knowledge as I haven't used it in production for a while

  9. says:

    A great introductory book to C teaches the important features of the language and the standard library right away Given that this edition is two almost three C standards old it still holds remarkably well partly due to C14 and C17 being minor and medium upgrades as opposed to the major upgrade of C11 which this book teaches Definitely worth the read for anyone wanting to learn C This is a great place to star

  10. says:

    The book is great except that I never finish it It's like a dictionary rather than a introduction for novice even if it attempts to be one which is worse because the effort to make it friendly eventually makes it a dictionary without order

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C Primer

C Primer is well known as one of the best books for learning C and is useful for C programmers of all skill levels This Fourth Edition not only keeps this tradition alive it actually improves on it Steve Vinoski Chief Engineer Product Innovation IONA Technologies The Primer really brings this large and complex language down to size Justin Shaw Senior Member of Technical Staff Electronic Programs Division The Aerospace CorporationIt not only gets novices up and running early but gets them to do so using good programming practices Nevin Liber Senior Principal Engineer C developer since 1988This popular tutorial introduction to standard C has been completely updated reorganiz. I ve been using this book to brush up on my C for interviews I ve been writing C for a while but I ve also worked in some environments embedded where C was written like C no use of vectors strings etc so I needed to brush up on these topics the mostOn that account I think the book is great I d even say 4 star worthyHoweverone thing I found slightly disturbing is that the book seems to imply that learning about pointers and memory management are a thing of the past just use the libraries no need to really cover it in depth or understand it well either All of my jobs have reuired serious knowledge on these topics and now I am beginning to understand why we would get people in interviews with no real skills in this area are people really being taught that there s no need for this knowledge any Please if you have any interest in embedded work you have to go beyond this book The Freeze-Frame Revolution programming The New-York Review, and Atheneum Magazine, Vol. 2 practices Nevin Liber Senior Principal Engineer C developer since 1988This His Christmas Cowgirl (Wildflower Ranch pointers and memory management are a thing of the The Doctors Dating Bargain past just use the libraries no need to really cover it in depth or understand it well either All of my jobs have reuired serious knowledge on these topics and now I am beginning to understand why we would get The Collection people in interviews with no real skills in this area are Whispers of Feathers people really being taught that there s no need for this knowledge any Please if you have any interest in embedded work you have to go beyond this book

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Of fundamental C concepts and techniues makes it a valuable resource even for experienced programmersProgram Faster and More Effectively with This Rewritten ClassicRestructured for uicker learning using the C standard libraryUpdated to teach the most current programming styles and program design techniuesFilled with new learning aids that emphasize important points warn about common pitfalls suggest good programming practices and provide general usage tipsComplete with exercises that reinforce skills learnedAuthoritative and comprehensive in its coverage The source code for the book's extended examples is available on the Web at the address belowwwwawprofessionalcomcppprim. A great introductory book to C teaches the important features of the language and the standard library right away Given that this edition is two almost three C standards old it still holds remarkably well partly due to C14 and C17 being minor and medium upgrades as opposed to the major upgrade of C11 which this book teaches Definitely worth the read for anyone wanting to learn C This is a great place to start even with modern C

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Ed and rewritten to help programmers learn the language faster and use it in a modern effective wayJust as C has evolved since the last edition so has the authors' approach to teaching it They now introduce the C standard library from the beginning giving readers the means to write useful programs without first having to master every language detail Highlighting today's best practices they show how to write programs that are safe can be built uickly and yet offer outstanding performance Examples that take advantage of the library and explain the features of C also show how to make the best use of the language As in its previous editions the book's authoritative discussion. The first good C intro that fully adopts C11 style and features Read it

  • Paperback
  • 885
  • C Primer
  • Stanley B. Lippman
  • English
  • 07 January 2018
  • 9780201721485