C Pocket Reference

Editora: O'Reilly Media Data de lançamento: 2002-11-20
Pontos Requerido: 2100


Descrição

C is one of the oldest programming languages and still one of the most widely used. Whether you're an experienced C programmer or you're new to the language, you know how frustrating it can be to hunt through hundreds of pages in your reference books to find that bit of information on a certain function, type or other syntax element. Or even worse, you may not have your books with you. Your answer is the C Pocket Reference. Concise and easy to use, this handy pocket guide to C is a must-have quick reference for any C programmer. It's the only C reference that fits in your pocket and is an excellent companion to O'Reilly's other C books.Ideal as an introduction for beginners and a quick reference for advanced programmers, the C Pocket Reference consists of two parts: a compact description of the C language and a thematically structured reference to the standard library. The representation of the language is based on the ANSI standard and includes extensions introduced in 1999. An index is included to help you quickly find the information you need.This small book covers the following:C language fundamentalsData typesExpressions and operatorsC statementsDeclarationsFunctionsPreprocessor directivesThe standard libraryO'Reilly's Pocket References have become a favorite among programmers everywhere. By providing a wealth of important details in a concise, well-organized format, these handy books deliver just what you need to complete the task at hand. When you've reached a sticking point in your work and need to get to a solution quickly, the new C Pocket Reference is the book you'll want to have.

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Gênero: Programming & scripting languages: general

Coleção: O'Reilly Media

Typo: Adobe PDF

Páginas: 120

ISBN: 9780596528560

Informação Adicional

Gênero: Programming & scripting languages: general

Coleção: O'Reilly Media

Typo: Adobe PDF

Páginas: 120

ISBN: 9780596528560

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