A Self-Teaching Introduction
Pub Date: April 2017
Specs: 7 x 9 Paperback with CD
Unlike many C programming books written by C programmers, this brief, self-teaching introduction was written by an instructor familiar with the needs of students. The book defines key programming terms as it teaches the basics of C programming. It contains numerous real world programming examples showing first the algorithm, immediately followed by the program for the algorithm, and then, its output. End of chapter exercises with "hints" help to review and master the material under discussion. An appendix with fifteen "C Lab projects" with their solutions is also included.
- Defines key programming terms as it teaches the C programming language
- Covers major topics such as arrays and pointers, structures and unions, file handling, and more
- Includes numerous real world programming examples showing first the algorithm, followed by the program itself, then the desired output
BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS
1: C-Overview. 2: Programming Using C. 3: Arrays And Pointers. 4: Structures and Unions. 5 File Handling In C. Appendix A: C Lab Projects. Appendix B: Keywords in C. Appendix C: Escape Sequences in C. Appendix D: Operator Precedence and Associativity. Appendix E: Standard Library String Functions. References. Index.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Rajiv Chopra (PhD) is an assistant professor of computer science and engineering and has written several texts and journal articles.