In C: The Complete Reference, readers will get a general overview of C. Schildt also briefly touches upon compilation of C, the distinction between C and C++, and points of differentiation between compilers and interpreters. The author also provides examples of how C is used, particularly sample codes and topics such as formal, local, and global variables. By presenting an overview of arrays, Schildt helps readers understand one of the most difficult areas to comprehend in the C programming language, pointers. C: The Complete Reference is an excellent aid for both amateurs and professionals in the field of programming languages. Readers can expect to find an excellent coverage of topics such as localization functions, algorithms, and AI-based problem solving. They will also find various examples and sample applications that will help them understand many of the concepts easily. In this updated edition of the book, Schildt builds upon the previous edition by including a detailed coverage of C99 and the ANSI/ISO standards for C. He also includes the source code for using the C interpreter in real world applications. In this handy reference guide, Schildt presents his material in a clear and concise manner, interspersing discussions with examples and snippets of code, which keeps the readers engaged. C: The Complete Reference was published in 2000. It has received positive reviews for its lucid content and wealth of practical information.

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PublisherMcGraw Hill
Publish YearJanuary 2014