Sams Teach Yourself C in 21 Days, Fifth Edition presents C programming techniques in a logical and easy-to-follow sequence that helps you understand the principles involved in developing C programs. Learn the basics of writing a program, then move on to arrays, pointers, disk input/output, functions, and more. This book covers the basics of C including variables, constants, conditional statements, loops, pointers, data structures, input/output, and functions. Sams Teach Yourself C in 21 Days, Fifth Edition, presents C in the most logical and easy-to-learn sequence, and is geared towards programmers learning the C language.
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Peter Aitken is an associate professor at Duke University Medical Center. He is an experienced author on microcomputer subjects, with over 70 magazine articles and 25 books to his credit. Aitken's writing covers both applications and programming topics. His books include Sams Teach Yourself Internet Programming with Visual Basic in 21 Days, QuickBasics Advanced Techniques, Learning C, and The 10 Minute Guide to Word 97, to name a few. Bradley L. Jones is an independent consultant. He has developed systems using such tools as C, C++, SQL Server, Windows NT, PowerBuilder, Visual Basic, Visual InterDev, and more. Jones' other authoring credits include Even You Can Soup Up and Fix PCs, Sams Teach Yourself Advanced C in 21 Days, and Programming PowerBuilder. In addition to writing articles for the Visual C++ Developer, he is also a regular writer for Indy PC News magazine.
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