Computer Science: A Structured Programming Approach Using C
The Second Edition of this useful book presents both computer science theory and C-language syntax with a principle-before-implementation approach. Forouzan and Gilberg continue to present a clear organizational structure, supplemented by easy-to-follow figures, charts, and tables. Always readable, the book develops programs and functions consistently and clearly, based on the authors' extensive academic and industry experience. The first half of the book builds a firm understanding of expressions, including pointers only to the extent necessary to cover pass-by-reference and arrays.
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INTRODUCTION TO THE C LANGUAGE
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