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Python is a very useful and popular computer language. One of the benefits of using an interpreted language such as Python is exploratory programming with its interactive shell.

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  • ANSI C for programmers on UNIX Systems
    (ftp only) a 73 page book in Post Script format, the content focuses in describing the aspects of C not present in other languages and are different to what a programmer from another language can expect
  • C Programming
    by Steve Holmes: this course aims to introduce programmers to the C language. Previous programming experience is assumed, so we can quickly progress to looking at the features of C and their uses. Students with little programming experience will need to do some homework in order to keep up with the lectures
  • Introduction to C Programming
    by Rob Miles, Electronic Engineering: covers variables, writing a program, functions, arrays, switching, strings etc
  • Introductory C Programming
    from the C programming courses taught at the University of Washington. They cover an introduction to programming, a refresher on using math in programming, class notes on introductory & intermediate C programming
  • Notes on Programming in C
    A set of short essays that collectively encourage a philosophy of clarity in programming rather than giving hard rules.
  • Optimization of Computer Programs in C
    describes techniques for optimizing (improving the speed of) computer programs written in C. It focuses on minimizing time spent by the CPU and gives sample source code transformations that often yield improvements. Memory and I/O speed improvements are also discussed
  • Programming in C
    by A. D. Marshall: Lecture notes + integrated exercises, solutions and marking
  • Recommended C Style and Coding Standards
    an updated version of the Indian Hill C Style and Coding Standards paper, with modifications by the last three authors. It describes a recommended coding standard for C programs. The scope is coding style, not functional organization
  • Recommended C Style and Coding Standards
    This document is an updated version of the Indian Hill C Style and Coding Standards paper, with modifications by the last three authors. It describes a recommended coding standard for C programs. The scope is coding style, not functional organization.
  • The C Library Reference Guide
    by Eric Huss: provides a useful look at the standard C programming language. In no way does this guide attempt to teach one how to program in C, nor will it attempt to provide the history of C or the various implementations of it. It is merely a handy reference to the standard C library



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