C Programming in 12 Easy Lessons (thing)
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|An excellent C language tutorial written by Greg Perry in 1994 and published by Sams Publishing. Included is Version 1.0 of the Borland Turbo C++ compiler, and of course, would any reference manual be complete without a tear-away quick reference page?|
True to it's name, the book is organized into 12 lessons, each containing 2 units, homework, and a project. It is designed in such a way that you can master an entire unit in one sitting. The units are very well explained so even someone with no programming experience whatsoever can do just about anything in C by the time he/she has finished reading the book. (sockets excluded and I never did figure out the need for pointers..)
The primary focus of the book, as is in any good programming tutorial, is teaching well structured and easily maintainable coding techniques with a strong emphasis on commenting.
Overview of each lesson and the units contained therein: