4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
This review is from: Linux Programming by Example (Paperback)
For me, the most important feature in a programming book is what you are able to do after you read it.
In my case I was able to do almost everything I wanted. This book only teach you how to program for Linux not XWindows, KDE, GNOME, Motif, etc. But I think it's essential for any middle level C and C++ progammer that what to start programming on Linux.
It's very well organized, with simple and very understandable examples. Simple with no unecessary comments or texts, the author goes directly to the subject.
If I could I would give 6 STARS to this book.