C Programming A Beginner's Course
This book is intended for anyone who is learning programming for the first time. The main goal is to teach fundamental programming principles using C, a popular language used in schools and industry. However, the book is more about teaching programming basics than it is about teaching C. Basic programming proficiency requires that you know, at least, the following: the primitive data types of the language (integer, floating-point, character); how to write input/output statements; how to write conditional statements (if, if...else); how to write looping statements (while, for); how to write functions and how to declare and use arrays. But, more importantly, you need to be able to write programs to solve problems using these features. This book explains all of the above in an easy, conversational style. To learn programming well you must write programs. The exercises are a very rich source of problems, a result of the author's more than 30 years in the teaching of programming.
|Country of Publication||United States|
|Publication Date||Aug 21, 2008|