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Sams Teach Yourself C in One Hour a Day

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"Sams Teach Yourself C in One Hour a Day, Seventh Edition" is the newest version of our 500,000+ copy best-seller "Sams Teach Yourself C in 21 Days." Fully revised for the new C11 standard and libraries, it now emphasizes platform-independent C programming using free, open-source C compilers rather than proprietary IDEs. This edition strengthens its focus on C programming ...more
Paperback, 700 pages
Published August 28th 2013 by Sams
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Jason Avina
Jun 26, 2015 Jason Avina rated it liked it
I'm reading this before I learn C++, because I really wanted to understand where object oriented programming comes from since its pretty much standard, with the goal being having a better understanding the actual benefits/efficiencies that OOP provides. I feel like too many people are just jumping into C++, java, or even python, these days without fully appreciating their advances above C.

So far, I don't think the book is for absolute beginners. In the first chapter for example it already assum
Oct 13, 2014 Justin rated it did not like it
the first first couple chapters start off well. after that, some topics are intorduced that are insecure. In high level languages, most security is not programmed by the user. in low level languages like C, it is all up to the user. Throughout the entire book, the author uses insecure coding practices. If it wern't for some people on IRC, I would still be coding insecure. I learned more about c from another book on exploiting in 1 chapter than the entire book.
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