C Notes for Professionals book

C Notes for Professionals book
  • Getting started with C Language
  • Comments
  • Data Types
  • Operators
  • Boolean
  • Strings
  • Literals for numbers, characters and strings
  • Compound Literals
  • Bit-fields
  • Arrays
  • Linked lists
  • Enumerations
  • Structs
  • Standard Math
  • Iteration Statements/Loops: for, while, do-while
  • Selection Statements
  • Initialization
  • Declaration vs Definition
  • Command-line arguments
  • Files and I/O streams
  • Formatted Input/Output
  • Pointers
  • Sequence points
  • Function Pointers
  • Function Parameters
  • Pass 2D-arrays to functions
  • Error handling
  • Undefined behavior
  • Random Number Generation
  • Preprocessor and Macros
  • Signal handling
  • Variable arguments
  • Assertion
  • Generic selection
  • X-macros
  • Aliasing and effective type
  • Compilation
  • Inline assembly
  • Identifier Scope
  • Implicit and Explicit Conversions
  • Type Qualifiers
  • Typedef
  • Storage Classes
  • Declarations
  • Structure Padding and Packing
  • Memory management
  • Implementation-defined behaviour
  • Atomics
  • Jump Statements
  • Create and include header files
  • <ctype.h> — character classification & conversion
  • Side Effects
  • Multi-Character Character Sequence
  • Constraints
  • Inlining
  • Unions
  • Threads (native)
  • Multithreading
  • Interprocess Communication (IPC)
  • Testing frameworks
  • Valgrind
  • Common C programming idioms and developer practices
  • Common pitfalls

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342 pages, published on May 2018

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