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Re: Good starting point for C programmer?
On C, try The C programming Language: Thatīs THE book on the subject.
But keep in mind: knowning the ins and outs of a given programming language
wonīt make you a good programmer. A programming language is just a tool. I
do need known it before you can develop outstanding quality code, but itīs
not enough .......
..... On the subject "Programming" my suggestion is: The Science of
Programming (David Gries) and A Discipline of Programming (Dijkstra). These
are two superb books for serious developers.
I hope it helps.
<firstname.lastname@example.org>@openbsd.org on 06/02/2002 10:55:20
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Subject: Good starting point for C programmer?
I would like to start programming (leisure programming) for
think I prefer to learn C and was wondering if anyone had any good tips for
books on the subject, preferably aimed at the beginner to intermediate
programmer. I am not completely new to programming but I have never
under *nix (except shell scripting ;) ). The languages I have programmed in
before are pascal, modula 2, a little C and assembler. All this was for DOS
windows though. Also if anyone has any other suggestions/reasons for
with another language, i.e. not C, I would like to hear them too. Thanks
any help on the matter.
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