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    Here is a list of C books on my bookshelf that I recommend (not necessarily in order) to anyone who wants to grok C....

    - C Programming Language, 2nd Edition, by Brian W. Kernighan & Dennis M. Ritchie, Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN 0131103628
    - The C Answer Book, 2nd Edition, by Clovis L. Tondo, S. Gimpel, Prentice Hall PTR, ASIN 0131098772
    - The Standard C Library, 1st Edition, by P. J. Plauger, Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN 0131315099
    - Expert C Programming, 1st Edition, Peter van der Linden, Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN 0131774298
    - C Traps and Pitfalls, 1st Edition, by Andrew Koenig, Addison-Wesley Pub Co, ISBN 0201179288
    - Pointers on C, 1st Edition, by Kenneth Reek, Addison-Wesley Pub Co, ISBN 0673999866
    - C Programming FAQs, 1st Edition, Addison-Wesley Pub Co, ISBN 0201845199
    - The C Puzzle Book, 1st Edition, by Alan R. Feuer, Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN 0131099264
    - C Interfaces and Implementations, 1st Edition, by David R. Hanson, Addison-Wesley Pub Co, ISBN 0201498413
    - Secure Programming Cookbook for C and C++, 1st Edition, by John Viega & Matt Messier, O'Reilly & Associates, ISBN 0596003943

    Happy hacking

    -- spurious
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    i read this book
    Absolute Beginner's Guide to C (2nd Edition) by Greg Perry

    and i fealt that is was harder to read the k&R book but i will read it later.
    now i am reading the following books
    C programming in 21 days, sams publishing
    and
    C: step-by-step

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    Sounds like a good start, those books should get you a good understanding of the basics. I recommend
    the books I mentioned once you have read (and more or less understand) the concepts covered in an
    introductory C book or tutorial. Also, time spent on understanding pointers and callbacks now (or in the
    near future) will pay off huge in the long run.

    Best of luck

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    thanks spurious_inode

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