A good and fun C book

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  1. Adam4444

    Adam4444 New Member

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    For a couple of weeks ago I bought C Primer Plus Fifth Edition.
    It looked like a good book when I read about on Amazon, but it wasn't...
    I have never ever in my life reading in a so boring book. After about 150 pages the only thing I have learned was how to declare a variable and print it on the screen.

    I'm searching for a thinner, funnner and more hands on C book.
    I have programming experience from PHP. So I don't want a book which takes 150 pages to learn out how to use printf() and scanf().

    Any tips?
     
  2. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

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    [thread=107]C++ Books and tutorials[/thread] has some good books.
     
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    C programming by E.Balagurusamy is a good book for beginners.
     
  4. amitmittal31

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    "LET US C" by Yashwant Kanetkar is the good book for the beginners..
     

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