RE: [hackers-il] C books ?
> -----Original Message-----I would add a "Expert C Programming - Deep C secrets" by Peter van der
> From: Oleg Goldshmidt [mailto:pub@...]
> Sent: Thursday, October 23, 2003 9:21 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [hackers-il] C books ?
> Muli Ben-Yehuda <mulix@...> writes:
> > On Fri, Oct 10, 2003 at 06:17:18PM +0200, Shlomi Fish wrote:
> > > He recommends the Kerninghan and Ritchie book as well as "A Book on
> C". I
> > > never really read them, so I can't first-hand evaluate them to you.
> > Kernighan and Ritchie is the only C book I ever felt the need to have
> > physically on my shelf. 'Nuff said. It's *the* book on C. It's slim,
> > too, which is nice in this era of computer books that can be bought by
> > the pound.
> I agree, with the addition of "C, A Reference Manual" by Harbison &
> Steele. I don't think I own anything else devoted to C, nor have I
> seen anything I wanted or needed.
Linden to the list of C books that deserve to be owned.
This book assumes the reader possess already pretty good C knowledge, thus I
would refrain from recommending this book to newcomer. Nevertheless, it is
one of the best *second* books on C.
Omer Mussaev : Software Engineer
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