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Good Books to learn C

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You could *probably* just pick up the O'Reilly C pocket reference, read the intro portion, and then learn as you go.

I've been using 'C programming visual quickstart guide'. It starts right from scratch so is good for a complete newb like myself.

It's done the trick so far anyway... But really I've learnt more from just mucking about with the code and seeing what happens (it's more fun too)!

i've actually read the pocket version of Windows XP ..for dummies, it made me laugh with a part that said "DVD stands for Digital Video Disc, Digital Versatile Disc, and Dick Van Dyke" and it was still helpful, so the ... for Dummies series is still helpful.


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