From C to C : An Introduction to ANSI Standard C (with Four Diskettes)
Designed as an introduction to the C programming language, this text is comprised of a complete tutorial, plus strategies on programming styles and hints on maximizing portability. The second section of the work acts as a reference manual, and compares ANSI C to older versions of the language. Chapter summaries provide a quick review of the material, and tables summarize the most significant features of the language. Functions are introduced in the very first chapter.
- Paperback | 581 pages
- 01 Jan 1996
- Oxford University Press Inc
- New York, United States
Table of contents
Part I: Learner's Guide; Elements of Programming; Functions; Simple Data; Statements; Common Operations.; Arrays; Pointers; Library Functions; Advanced Data Types; Large Programs; Part II: Programming Strategies; The Seven Ages of a Program; Code Layout; Construction of Functions; Error Handling; Miscellaneous Points; Part III: The User's Guide; Fundamental Concepts and Terminology; Data and Data Objects; Expressions; Statements; Declarations; Program Structure; Source Code Preprocessing; Part IV: The ANSI Library; Library Concepts; Data Type Names; Library Manifests; Library Routines; Comparison to Earlier Versions; Floating Point Definitions; of Limits H; Standard Headers; ASCII Character Set; The C2C Compiler.