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Introductory C: Pointers, Functions, and Files
C differs from most programming languages in its use of pointers, functions and files. For those learning C, pointers are the greatest source of confusion. The primary aim of this book is to provide working models of how pointers are used in C. Pointers are used differently with every programming feature and this text emphasizes how each new programming feature relates to ...more
Paperback, 876 pages
Published October 24th 1996 by Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
(first published July 1992)
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This is one of my favorite books on C, with five chapters devoted to arrays and pointers, one of the more difficult aspects of C for people to learn. While it does work as an introductory text, the depth makes it suitable as an intermediate-level textbook as well.