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Introduction to C.

Recommended Books

It is always difficult to recommend books for any course and none more so that a C programming course - there are plenty of book to chose from. It is important to get a book that suits your reading style and also provides you with plenty of worked examples.

You could start with some free C Programming Books

A suggested reading list is as follows:

Title: The C Programming Language ANSI C Version
Author: Kernighan & Ritchie
Publisher: Prentice Hall Software Series
ISBN: 0-13-110362-8
Comment: Ideal reference book and goes well beyond the level of this course. It is expensive but the serious C programmer will kick themselves if they don't buy this book.

Title: ANSI C - Made Easy
Author: Herbert Schildt
Publisher: Osborne McGraw-Hill
ISBN: 0-07-881500-2

Title: Learning to Program in C
Author: N. Kantaris
Publisher: Babani
ISBN: 0-85934-203-4
Comment: A good cheap beginners guide.

Title: Illustrating ANSI C
Author: Donald Alcock
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0-521-42483-6
Comment: A good book for the mathematically inclined.

Title: C - The Complete Reference
Author: Herbert Schildt
Publisher: Osborne McGraw-Hill
ISBN: 0-07-881263-1

Title: Numerical Recipes in C
Author: W.H.Press, et al
Comment: An advanced level book with, as the name implies, ready-made solutions to your programming problems.

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