Re: Book questions
Iain M Conochie <email@example.com> writes:
As has been stated elsewhere in this thread, K&R The C
Programming Language is *the* reference text, so well worth it.
i must say i'm hesitant to simply use the phrase "reference text"
to refer to K&R, as it's not just a reference in the same way
that, say, the Common Lisp HyperSpec is; it's also one of the best
introductory expositions of a programming language i've yet read.
Having said that, one thing i always felt was sorely lacking in
K&R was a more thorough description of pointers. However, i feel
that issue has now been addressed by Richard Reese's excellent
"Understanding and Using C Pointers":