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The C Book: Featuring the ANSI C Standard

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The C Book: Featuring the ANSI C Standard
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Publisher: Addison-Wesley Pub
ISBN/ASIN: 0201544334
ISBN-13: 9780201544336
Number of pages: 333

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This books gives you the details of the "c" language coding using which you can produce powerful, efficient, and portable code. Go get it today if you want to be a programmer. This book was written with two groups of readers in mind. Whether you are new to C and want to learn it, or already know the older version of the language but want to find out more about the new standard, we hope that you will find what follows both instructive and at times entertaining too.

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