Modern C for Absolute Beginners: A Friendly Introduction to the C Programming Language (Paperback)

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Modern C for Absolute Beginners: A Friendly Introduction to the C Programming Language (Paperback)

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Part I: The C Programming LanguageChapter 1: IntroductionChapter 2: Our First ProgramChapter 3: Types and DeclarationsChapter 4: ExercisesChapter 5: OperatorsChapter 6: ExpressionsChapter 7: StatementsChapter 8: ExercisesChapter 9: ArraysChapter 10: PointersChapter 11: Command-line ArgumentsChapter 12: ExercisesChapter 13: FunctionsChapter 14: ExercisesChapter 15: StructuresChapter 16: UnionsChapter 17: Conditional ExpressionChapter 18: TypedefChapter 19: Const QualifierChapter 20: EnumerationsChapter 21: Function PointersChapter 22: ExercisesChapter 23: PreprocessorChapter 24: ExerciesChapter 25: Dynamic Memory AllocationChapter 26: Storage and ScopeChapter 27: ExercisesChapter 28: Standard Input and OutputChapter 29: File Input and OutputChapter 30: ExercisesChapter 31: Header and Source FilesPart II: The C Standard LibraryChapter 32: Introduction to C Standard LibraryPart III: Modern C StandardsChapter 33: Introduction to C 11 StandardsChapter 34: The C 17 StandardChapter 35: The Upcoming C2X StandardPart IV: Dos and Don'tsChapter 36: Do Not Use the gets FunctionChapter 37: Initialize Variables Before Using ThemChapter 38: Do Not Read Out of BoundsChapter 39: Do Not Free the Allocated Memory TwiceChapter 40: Do Not Cast the Result of mallocChapter 41: Do Not Overflow a Signed IntegerChapter 42: Cast a Pointer to void* When Printing Through printfChapter 43: Do Not Divide by ZeroChapter 44: Where to Use Pointers?Chapter 45: Prefer Functions to Function-like MacrosChapter 46: Static Global NamesChapter 47: What to Put in Header Files?Part V: AppendicesAppendix A: LinkageAppendix B: Time and DateAppendix C: Bitwise OperatorsAppendix D: Numeric LimitsAppendix E: Summary and Advice.
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Product Details ISBN: 9781484266427
ISBN-10: 1484266420
Publisher: Apress
Publication Date: February 2nd, 2021
Pages: 346
Language: English