C Programming Absolute Beginner's Guide (Absolute Beginner's Guides (Que)) Paperback – 7 Aug 2013
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About the Author
Greg Perry is a speaker and writer in both the programming and applications sides of computing. He is known for bringing programming topics down to the beginner’s level. Perry has been a programmer and trainer for two decades. He received his first degree in computer science and then earned a Master’s degree in corporate finance. Besides writing, he consults and lectures across the country, including at the acclaimed Software Development programming conferences. Perry is the author of more than 75 other computer books. In his spare time, he gives lectures on traveling in Italy, his second favorite place to be.
Dean Miller is a writer and editor with more than 20 years of experience in both the publishing and licensed consumer product businesses. Over the years, he has created or helped shape a number of bestselling books and series, including Teach Yourself in 21 Days, Teach Yourself in 24 Hours, and the Unleashed series, all from Sams Publishing.
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This book was absolutely brilliant, it helped teach me the basics of C as well as how to structure it. It doesn't teach you everything, (as that would be impossible!) but it will give you a good base knowledge. It has really helped when I have been looking at other peoples code for Arduino online and understanding what they are doing.
Just an FYI - there are some differences between C and C for Arduino, so i would also recommend getting the beginners guide to Arduino as well (if thats what you are going to use).
Would highly recommend this book to anyone.
One bad thing is it is black and white and that can make it seem abit monotonous at first, but it is exactly the opposite.
It explains in a way that makes it seem so easy and makes you want to read on.
If you are a programmer either professional or hobbyist and want to add C in your toolbox then this book is too slow and fundamental, you will get bored.
language in the detail that is required for self study.
It also helps to get you going by suggesting a very good compiler,I am very pleased with my purchase of this book.