Apply general programming concepts to more advancedprojects
C is the best place to start programming, and Dan Gookin'shere to lead the way!
Behold the foundation of almost every programming language: thevenerable C. Learn this one, and the others will come easily— plus, you can start telling computers, tablets, and othergizmos what to do. Dan Gookin walks you through the process in hischaracteristic way, with simple instructions, demonstrations,examples, and exercises — and a dash of fun.
Building blocks — start right out with the Code::BlocksIDE and learn the basics of creating, building, and running aproject
Conquer the concepts — see what to do with values,constants, variables, functions, input/output devices, andloops
Arrays of possibilities — understand arrays, stringfunctions, and structures and how to use the command prompt
A pointer's not a dog — find out how theoften-misunderstood pointer can add power to your programs
Bug out — debug your code, master file management, andcreate large projects using multiple source code modules