By Peter Prinz, Tony Crawford
The hot variation of this vintage O'Reilly reference offers transparent, certain factors of each function within the c programming language and runtime library, together with multithreading, type-generic macros, and library capabilities which are new within the 2011 C typical (C11). with a view to comprehend the results of an strange functionality, and the way the traditional library calls for it to act, you'll locate it the following, in addition to a regular example.
Ideal for knowledgeable C and C++ programmers, this publication additionally contains well known instruments within the GNU software program assortment. You'll easy methods to construct C courses with GNU Make, collect executable courses from C resource code, and try and debug your courses with the GNU debugger.
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C in a Nutshell (2nd Edition) by Peter Prinz, Tony Crawford