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Can anybody recommended any good books to learn c?

C: A Reference Manual has been indispensible to me over the last 9 years. It is a reference manual so it assumes you have some programming background, if not C. I never found a book I liked for learning C without having prior programming background.

I recommend C For Dummies and the O'Reily book on C (i forgot the name, but any For Dummies or O'Reily book ive read has been good)


...and what does that say about you? : - )

If you find the dummy books getting in your way, you can try the classic
 "The C Programming Language (2nd Edition)" By Kerrigan and Ritchie the guys who invented the language.
I tried the dummy book and it was way too slow and cluttered with non-essentials which really got in my way. You have to set up the programming environment yourself though.


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