ANSI C for Programmers on UNIX Systems
by Tim Love
This document aims to introduce C by providing and explaining examples of common programming tasks, and to enable the reader to learn from available source code by clarifying common causes of incomprehension. The first part of the document is an informal introduction to C.
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