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C newsgroup is a must-read for any C programmer.
C Frequently Asked Questions list (also known as the "clc FAQ.C, a Usenet newsgroup devoted to the discussion of the C language.The table of contents below is of the list's major sections; these links lead to sub-lists of the questions for those sections.Most technical bookstores, as well as several owners manual gsx-r 2004 of the large chains, are carrying this book.It's said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but I find it far more flattering that Kinichi Kitano and Przemyslaw Kowalczyk have managed to translate this book, into Japanese and Polish, respectively.The on-line content may be accessed freely for personal use but may not be published or retransmitted without explicit permission.
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Especially, I need "C Programming Language, first edition" which is known.
(The book, though longer, also has a few more errors; I've prepared an errata list.) See also question.40.Variable-Length Argument Lists.Here's a list that what I have now.I maintain the Usenet.I would happily accept any help you could offer.All Questions, read Sequentially about this FAQ list about eskimo search feedback copyright, hosted.Addison-Wesley has web pages describing this book as well as many others.If you're looking for an ISP that gives you the access you need (including Unix shells) without getting in your way or charging too much, check it out.Characters and Strings.Home, books.I'd like to publicly thank Addison-Wesley for their support of the FAQ list, for giving me the opportunity to put it out in book form, and for being very easy to work with.Miscellaneous, glossary, bibliography, acknowledgements.
A remembrance of the late Dennis Ritchie.
Declarations and Initializations.