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C Programming Absolute Beginner's Guide


Are you tired of seeing your friends get C programming jobs while you’re left out in the cold? Would you like to learn C but just don’t have the energy? Is your old, worn-out computer in need of a hot programming language to spice up its circuits? This book is just what the doctor ordered! C Programming Absolute Beginner’s Guide breaks the commonality of computer books by talking to you at your level without talking down to you.


This book is like your best friend sitting next to you teaching C. C Programming Absolute Beginner’s Guide attempts to express without impressing. It talks to you in plain language, not in “computerese.”

The short chapters, line drawings, and occasionally humorous straight talk guide you through the maze of C programming faster, friendlier, and easier than any other book available today.

This is a beginner’s book. If you have never programmed, this book is for you. No knowledge of any programming concept is assumed. If you can’t even spell C, you can learn to program in C with this book.

The phrase absolute beginner has different meanings at different times. Maybe you’ve tried to learn C but gave up. Many books and classes make C much more technical than it is. You might have programmed in other languages but are a beginner in C. If so, read on, O faithful one, because in 32 quick chapters, you’ll know C.

This book doesn’t cloud issues with internal technical stuff that beginners in C don’t need. We’re of the firm belief that introductory principles have to be taught well and slowly. After you tackle the basics, the “harder” parts never seem hard. This book teaches you the real C that you need to get started.


File Type: PDF
File Size: 11.1 MB
Total Pages: 617

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