C Primer Plus

Pearson Education, 2004年11月23日 - 984 頁

The new classic! C Primer Plus, now in its 5th edition, has been revised to include over 20 new programming exercises, newly improved examples and the new ANSI/ISO standard, C99. Task-oriented examples will teach you the fundamentals of C programming. From extended integer types and compound literals to Boolean support and variable-length arrays, you will learn to create practical and real-world applications with C programming. Review questions and programming exercises at the end of each chapter will reinforce what you have learned. This friendly and easy-to-use self-study guide will help you understand the fundamentals of this core programming language.


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Returning a Value from a Function with return
Compiling Programs with Two or More Source Code Files
Altering Variables in the Calling Function
Key Concepts
Arrays and Pointers
Character Strings and String Functions
Storage Classes Linkage and Memory Management

Character Strings and Formatted InputOutput
Character Strings and String Functions
Structures and Other Data Forms
Operators Expressions and Statements
The while Statement
Indefinite Loops and Counting Loops
do while
Introducing Arrays
Branching and Jumps
The C Preprocessor and the C Library
Multiple Choice else
Nested Structures
Character InputOutput and Input Validation
File InputOutput
Standard Files
Structures and Other Data Forms
A SimpleMinded FileCondensing Program
f seek and ftell Howfseek and ftell Work
Pointers to Structures
Saving the Structure Contents in a File
Bit Fiddling
Advanced Data Representation
Abstract Data Types ADTs
Getting Queued with an
Simulating with a Queue
The Linked List Versus the Array
Other Directions
APPENDIX A Answers to the Review Quesions

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關於作者 (2004)

Stephen Prata teaches astronomy, physics, and programming at the College of Marin in Kentfield, California. He received his B.S. from the California Institute of Technology and his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley. His association with computers began with the computer modeling of star clusters. Stephen has authored or coauthored over a dozen books, including C++ Primer Plus and Unix Primer Plus.