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C Programming Books

This section contains free e-books and guides on C Programming, some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded.

Lecture Notes Programming for Problem Solving

This lecture notes include: Introduction to Programming, Arithmetic expressions and ConditionalBranching, Loops ,Functions, Arrays , Basic Algorithms, Pointer and File Handling.

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Intermediate C Programming

The contents include: Review of C and Aggregate Data Types, Building Larger Programs, Functions,Bit Manipulation, Pointers, Binary I/O and Random Access, Designing Data Types, Linked Lists,Software Tools, Library Functions, File Access.

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C Programming Lab Manual

This lecture note explains how to solve the following programs: sum of individual digits of a positive integer, the roots of a quadratic equation, programs that use both recursive and non-recursive functions, find both the largest and smallest number in a list of integers, C program to count the lines, words and characters in a given text, C program to generate Pascalís triangle, a C program which copies one file to another, C program to display contents of a file, e C programs that uses non recursive function to search for a key value in a given list of integers using Linear search, C programs that implements the Selection sort method to sort a given array of integers in ascending order, C programs that implement Queue (its operations) using singly linked list to display a given list of integers in same order, C program to implement linear regression algorithm, C program to implement the polynomial regression algorithm, C program to implement the Lagrange interpolation, C program to implement Trapezoidal method, C programs to implement Simpson method.

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C Programming by wikibooks.org

This note explains the following topics: Compiling, Structure and style, Variables, Error handling, Simple Input and Output, Simple math, Procedures and functions, Preprocessor, Libraries, File IO, Arrays, Pointers, Memory management, Strings, Complex types, Networking in UNIX, Particularities of C, Language Overloading and Extensions, Combining Languages, Computer Programming, C Reference Tables, POSIX Reference, Licenses.

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Programming in C by Guru Jambheshwar University

This note covers the following topics: C essentials, Data types, Data input and output, Operators and expressions, Decision control structure, Loop control statement, Arrays, Functions, Strings, Pointers and Introduction to cpp.

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C Programming by Tilak Maharashtra Vidyapeeth

This note describes the following topics: Beginning With C, Input/output, Control Statements, Loops, Arrays and Strings, Data Types, Functions, Pointers, Structures, File Manipulation.

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The Basics of C Programming

This note explains the following topics: Spacing and indentation, Input and output, Branching and looping, Arrays, Variable Types, Operators, Functions, Structures, Libraries, Makefiles, Pointers, Dynamic Data Structures, Advanced Pointers, Strings, Operator Precedence, Command Line Arguments, Text files, Binary Files.

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The C programming Language by Steve Summit

C is a relatively small language, but one which wears well. Topics covered includes: Basic Data Types and Operators, Statements and Control Flow, Functions and Program Structure, Basic I/O, Operators, Strings.

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Lecture Note On Programming In C

This note explains the following topics: C Language Fundamentals such as Character set, Identifiers, keyword, data types, Constants and variables, statements, expression, operators, precedence of operators, Input-output, control structures, decision making and branching, Arrays, Functions and Strings, Pointers, Structures, Unions, File handling.

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C Programming and UNIX

C probably has been the most influential programming language during the last 25 years. It was originally introduced for the implementation of UNIX, but is now used for a large variety of very different tasks. This note will introduce the C programming language in the context of the UNIX operating system. It will also cover UNIX from a user and a programmer perspective.

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The GNU C Reference Manual

This is a reference manual for the C programming language as implemented by the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC). Topics covered includes: Lexical Elements, Data Types, Expressions and Operators, Functions, Program Structure and Scope.

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Practical Programming in C Lecture Notes

This course note provides a thorough introduction to the C programming language, the workhorse of the UNIX operating system and lingua franca of embedded processors and micro-controllers.

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Introduction to C Programming

This web site contains course notes for an introductory C Programming course, that does not include any features of C++.

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A Book on C, Edition 4

Beginners and professional programmers alike will benefit from the numerous examples and extensive exercises developed to guide readers through each concept. Step-by-step dissections of program code illuminate the correct usage and syntax of C language constructs and reveal the underlying logic of their application. The clarity of exposition and format of the book make it an excellent reference on all aspects of C.

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Essential C

This note explains all the common features and techniques for the C language. The coverage is pretty quick, so it is most appropriate for someone with some programming background who needs to see how C works. Topics include variables, int types, floating point types, promotion, truncation, operators, control structures (if, while, for), functions, value parameters, reference parameters, structs, pointers, arrays, the pre-processor, and the standard C library functions.

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Programming in C UNIX System Calls and Subroutines Using C (by A. D. Marshall)

This note covers the following topics: The Common Desktop Environment, C/C++ Program Compilation, C Basics, Conditionals, Looping and Iteration, Arrays and Strings, Functions, Pointers, Dynamic Memory Allocation and Dynamic Structures, Low Level Operators and Bit Fields, The C Preprocessor, C, UNIX and Standard Libraries, Integer Functions, Random Number, String Conversion, Searching and Sorting, String Handling, File Access and Directory System Calls, Interprocess Communication (IPC), PipesRemote Procedure Calls (RPC) and Writing Larger Programs.

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Phil's C Course

This course is intended to help a good programmer particularly someone familiar with DEC Fortran, start programming in C. Topics covered includes: Why is the language called C, Variables, Types and Functions, Loop and Flow Control Constructs, Arrays, Pointers, Strings, Structures and Unions, Typedef, Header Files, Macros and the ? operator, Logical and Relational Operators, Bitwise Operators, Function Prototypes, File IO Routines and Command Line Arguments, Obfuscation, Changing from VAX C or K&R C to ANSI Compliant DEC C.

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Beej's Guide to C Programming

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C Programming Tutorial

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C Elements of Style

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C Programming Notes (Steve Summit)

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Numerical Recipes in C Mirror

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Learning GNU C (C. O'Riordan)

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Learning GNU C (C. O'Riordan) Mirror

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The GNU C Library

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The GNU C Programming Tutorial (M. Burgess)

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The GNU C Programming Tutorial (M. Burgess) Download

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OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING and THE OBJECTIVE C LANGUAGE PDF

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