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A Tutorial Introduction
Types, Operators, and Expressions
Functions and Program Structure
Pointers and Arrays
Input and Output
The UNIX System Interface
Appendix A Reference Manual
Appendix B Standard Library
Appendix C Summary of Changes
|University Books Details|
|Subject||Computer Concepts and C Programming, Computer Programming, Programming Methodology and Data Structures|
Mechanical Engineering, B.Sc(Computer Science), Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, B.Sc(Mathematics), B.Sc(Physics), Electronics and Communication Engineering, Computer Science Engineering, Biotechnology, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Chemical Engineering...View More
Mechanical Engineering, B.Sc(Computer Science), Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, B.Sc(Mathematics), B.Sc(Physics), Electronics and Communication Engineering, Computer Science Engineering, Biotechnology, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Information Technology Engineering, Computer Science Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering, Electrical Engineering
|Term||2nd Semester, 3rd Semester|
|Number of Pages||284 Pages|
|Author||Brian W. Kernighan, Dennis M. Ritchie|
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May 23, 2016
Best book to learn C your level doesn't matter
Apr 2, 2016
A goldmine for C
Feb 15, 2016
A book for GREAT programmers
Feb 4, 2016
NO WORDS..! OPTIMUM IN "C"..!
Jan 28, 2016
Very nice C book
May 12, 2011
The C BibleIf you want to be a proficient C programmer then you cant ignore this book. This book is a bible for C programmer. Its amazing how K & R have managed to squeeze the entire language in just 270 pages. Probably because they are the creator of the language! This book is more than a quarter of century old & still remains so relevant. I have always dreaded reading those huge books which if dropped can crush your toes.
May 9, 2012
AWESOME BOOK IF YOU CAN DIGEST IT!My FIRST point: For the Indian students, it is better to start off with a C book written by a popular local author (Let Us C by Yashavant Kanetkar or Programming in ANSI C by E. Balaguruswamy or any other local C book you and your friends are comfortable with). It should be sufficient for your College exams and give you an overview of some of the commonly used features of C without right away scaring you. Only after your College grades are assured, it is alright to dive into this book. This book will truly teach you how to program in C.
Jun 3, 2012
Aug 10, 2014
Listen upOk kids, listen up.
Aug 17, 2010
Thank you flipkartI just ordered this book last night through flipkart and am eager to hold it in my hand once I get it. I have heard a lot about this book. This book is referred by most IITians. Such books are hard to find in India. Thanks flipkart for giving such generous discounts.
Nov 17, 2011
It's too precious, can't miss it!Written by Dennis Ritchie (who originally designed and implemented the language) and Brian Kernighan, this is the original and authoritative reference to the C programming language.
May 27, 2014
not for absolute beginners...this book is considered the bible of C language and for advanced C programmers and professionals is an excellent recommendation, but for absolute beginners and dummies, this book is not such a good idea.. those who are dealing with C for the first time will find it very difficult(even impossible) to understand this book... not recommended for beginners.
Feb 6, 2012
The best book of all time for 'C'This book is a treasure. There are lot of biggies in the market. But if you want to taste the flavor of C then go through it. Indeed 'C' is the mother of any programming language and this book is the mother of any programming book ever written.
Dec 18, 2011
Most Valuable and Versatile C BookI used this book around 5 years back, since then it on my desk. After seeing the book my first reaction was... "That's it.". As the book is very thin, but believe me the content is awesome, it tells why the language behaves the way. As far as I have seen, I have found answer to every question I have encountered in the details. One more thing I like about the book, the examples are limited functionality Unix utilities (means practical examples).
Oct 14, 2011
The best way to start programmingThe main feature of this book is the writing style. Its extremely engrossing and easy to understand. Dennis Ritchie (RIP - he recently passed away on 13th October 2011) created the C language himself. If you're looking for a book with the latest and most complete ANSI C specification for reference purposes I suggest go instead with The Complete Reference C. This is not that kind of book. Its the type that teaches you how to program in C and at the same time be an awesome programmer.