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Text and Reference Books



  • Szalwinski,Chris M. (2015). Programming Computers Using C. Seneca College. Toronto, Canada.
    • Required Text - students are responsible for all material in these subject notes

     

  • Harbison III, S.P. & Steele jr., G.L. (2002). C - A Reference Manual. 5th Edition. Prentice Hall. Upper Saddle River, NJ, USA.
    • Excellent reference - extremely thorough
    • for professional programmers

     

  • Kernighan, B.W. & Ritchie, D.M. (1988). The C Programming Language. 2nd Edition. Prentice Hall. New Jersey, USA.
    • the classic of the C language
    • for professional programmers

     

  • Jaeschke, R. (2001). The Dictionary of Standard C. Prentice Hall. Upper Saddle River, NJ, USA.
    • a handy collection of various terms
    • written by a standards expert

     

  • Bronson, G.J. (2002). A First Book of ANSI C. 3rd Edition. Brooks/Cole, Pacific Grove, CA, USA.
    • Recommended Reference for beginners
    • student friendly
    • complete examples
    • for students learning C as a first language

     

  • Weaver, E.A. (2003). Foundations of Programming Using C. July 2003 Edition. Seneca College. Toronto, Canada.
    • Original Text - Current required text includes the material in this text
    • 16 walkthrough exercises, most from previous tests and exams
    • 18 practice word problems, most from previous tests and exams

     



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