C: The Complete Reference is written by Herbert Schildt to highlight the basics of the programming language called C. Through this authoritative text, he also provides all the latest information on the topic.
In C: The Complete Reference, the readers are presented with an overview of C in general. The author describes compilation of C, the difference between C as well as C++, as also the many points of delineation between interpreters and compilers. He includes in the text several examples to show just how the C language is used, especially sample codes and topics like local, formal and global variables. By providing an effective overview of arrays, the author enables his readers to grasp the complicated portions of C language, pointers.
This elegant work has become an invaluable aid in the realm of programming languages for both professionals and amateurs. Readers of the text can avail themselves of the excellent coverage of important subjects like algorithms, localization functions, and AI-based problem solving.
The author has updated this edition by adding in-depth coverage of ANSI/ISO and C99 standards for C. The text also consists of the source code for utilizing the C interpreter in all real world applications of the language. In this practical reference text, the author explains in a very lucid and concise manner, intermingling discussions with examples as well as snippets of code, that keeps every reader really engaged. This is why the book has become a favorite with all those who want to learn C.
Other bestsellers from the author are Born To Code In C, Java The Complete Reference. You can shop online for this product. This paperback book is listed with the ISBN number of ISBN-13 978-0070411838 ISBN-10 0070411832.