Beginning Programming with C For Dummies

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, 2013-10-28, 456 pages

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Learn the basics of with C with this fun and friendly guide!

C offers a reliable, strong foundation for programming and serves as a stepping stone upon which to expand your knowledge and learn additional programming languages. Written by veteran For Dummies author Dan Gookin, this straightforward-but-fun beginner’s guide covers the fundamentals of using C and gradually walks you through more advanced topics including pointers, linked lists, file I/O, and debugging. With a special focus on the subject of an Integrated Development Environment, it gives you a solid understanding of computer programming in general as you learn to program with C.

  • Encourages you to gradually increase your knowledge and understanding of C, with each chapter building off the previous one
  • Provides you with a solid foundation of understanding the C language so you can take on larger programming projects, learn new popular programming languages, and tackle new topics with confidence
  • Includes more than 100 sample programs with that are adaptable to your own projects

Beginning Programming with C For Dummies assumes no previous programming language experience and helps you become competent and comfortable with the fundamentals of C in no time.

Table of Contents

Part I: Getting Started with C Programming
Chapter 1: A Quick Start for the Impatient
Chapter 2: The Programming Thing
Chapter 3: Anatomy of C

Part II: C Programming 101
Chapter 4: Trials and Errors
Chapter 5: and Constants
Chapter 6: A Place to Put Stuff
Chapter 7: Input and Output
Chapter 8: Decision Making
Chapter 9: Loops, Loops, Loops
Chapter 10: Fun with

Part III: Build Upon What You Know
Chapter 11: The Unavoidable Math Chapter
Chapter 12: Give Me Arrays
Chapter 13: Fun with Text
Chapter 14: Structures, the Multivariable
Chapter 15: Life at the Command Prompt
Chapter 16: Variable Nonsense
Chapter 17: Binary Mania

Part IV: The Advanced Part
Chapter 18: Introduction to Pointers
Chapter 19: Deep into Pointer Land
Chapter 20: Linked Lists
Chapter 21: It’s About Time

Part V: And the of It
Chapter 22: Permanent Storage Functions
Chapter 23: File
Chapter 24: Beyond Mere Mortal Projects
Chapter 25: Out, Bugs!

Part VI: The Part of Tens
Chapter 26: Ten Common Boo-Boos
Chapter 27: Ten Reminders and Suggestions

Appendix A: ASCII Codes
Appendix B: Keywords
Appendix C: Operators
Appendix D: Variable Types
Appendix E: Escape Sequences
Appendix F: Conversion Characters
Appendix G: Order of Precedence

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  • Title: Beginning Programming with C For Dummies
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  • Length: 456 pages
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  • Language: English
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  • Publication Date: 2013-10-28
  • ISBN-10: 1118737636
  • ISBN-13: 9781118737637
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