This introduction to the C programming language is geared to students with some programming experience. The book is divided into short, clearly written chapters that cover the main features of the language in an efficient, practical manner. The author has provided numerous exercises--and their answers--as well as a number of interesting projects that allow students to apply what they have learned. They are of varying degrees of difficulty, and range from the construction of a simple number sorting program through to methods for displaying complex satellite images. ANSI standard C (also adopted by ISO and BSI) is described throughout, with significant differences from the original definition clearly highlighted. Students across the computer, science, and engineering fields will welcome this well-written introduction to an essential computer language.
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Book Description OUP., 1994. Book Condition: Very Good. Softback. Book- VG. 9x6. 366pp. Bookseller Inventory # 1278151