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  • Taschenbuch: 805 Seiten
  • Verlag: Mcgraw-Hill Publ.Comp.; Auflage: 4. A. (1. Mai 2000)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0072121246
  • ISBN-13: 978-0072121247
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 18,8 x 5 x 23,4 cm
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C has been justly popular since Kernighan and Ritchie developed it, and continues to be so despite the increasing popularity of its offspring, C++ and Java. The release of the ANSI/ISO C99 standard, replacing C89, triggered the fourth version of Schild's massively successful--and massive--C reference. Naturally, though, C99 is only the reason for a new edition, not the whole content. What you get is a six-part book which starts with C's foundations, details the C99 additions, discusses the C libraries, introduces useful algorithms, looks at C environments and--best of all--creates a small C interpreter.

In practice, much of the information in the book remains identical to previous versions and, as at the time of writing, few compilers support all of C99, it might seem unnecessary to buy the new edition at all. However, complete means what it says. Schild keeps all the C89 material (the basis of C++ after all), adds the C99 material and also updates the book to reflect changes in programming practice and style. The C99 additions discussed include new keywords, variable length arrays, complex maths support, the long, long int (64-bit integers), more flexible array structure members and more, all of which are demonstrated in code fragments.

C has the advantage of being a relatively simple, compact language and Schild knows it inside out. If you plan to be a C programmer this is probably the only book on the C language you'll need. --Steve Patient

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This is another gem from Herb Schildt-best-selling programming author with more than 2.5 million books sold! "C: The Complete Reference, Fourth Edition" gives you full details on C99, the New ANSI/ISO Standard for C. You'll get in-depth coverage of the C language and function libraries as well as all the newest C features, including restricted pointers, inline functions, variable-length arrays, and complex math. This jam-packed resource includes hundreds of examples and sample applications.

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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 23. März 1999
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Correctness is important in a book that promises to be a technical reference manual about a systems programming language, not to mention a complete reference! It's not relevant whether or not the poeple who have found countless serious errors in this book are ``nerds with no life'', a childish, school-yard accusation that you can read below coming from an immature reader in Houston, Texas.
So what if the critics are nerds with no life? C programming is a nerd activity. Your program may well fail because you ignored the advice of some ``nerd with no life''. Almost all advanced programmers are nerds, to some extent. The best qualified people to comment on the book are invariably going to be nerds.
In any case, if you follow the links to the page that points out errors in the book, you will actually find that many are serious, non-trivial errors. Some of them are completely naive errors that betray utter ignorance on the part of the author.
Judging by his writing, Schildt would definitely not be qualified to work in my software team. I could easily devise a reasonable, fair interview test that Schild would fail miserably. The bottom line is that Schildt is not a competent software engineer, but a mere windbag who has found a living cranking out incorrect book after incorrect book.
Did you know that in one of his older books, he claims that C has a <> operator for testing inequality? Oh, forgive this pathetic nerd with no life for pointing out that <> doesn't exist in C, and that inequality is spelled != . Schild was confusing C with BASIC then, and continues to do so.
There is a very good reference work about the C language called ``C: A Reference Manual'' by Sam Harbison and Guy Steele. You can buy that here!
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2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Vikas Mishra am 27. Juli 2000
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This is the best book on C ever written with a possible exception of K&R. But what K&R explains in terse language , this book explains in a lot of depth and in a manner which can be practically implemented.
I have loads of books on C, but think that this one is by far the best and ought to be used by each and every student who ever wishes to learn C.
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Von Ein Kunde am 29. März 1999
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Having come across Schild's book when starting out as a programmer I believed it to be one of the best I've read. In this respect it is very good for a beginner, but searching now for a reference manual (I've misplaced the misnomer: "C, A Complete Reference") as a more experienced programmer I realise this is really a tutorial.
Comparing it against other C reference books I now see the deficiencies. Schild's book tries to be all things to all men:
oOo Tutorial: A very chatty manner as it leads you through the workings of each area, I like the description of "make", albeit brief.
oOo Reference manual: It covers most of the C language, but there is incomplete coverage of the C language (eg errno, and bzero).
oOo Algorithm book: It describes the use of Artificial Intelligence, but this is such a huge area it only wets the appetite. A reader attracted by these areas would better off buying a book which concentrates on these areas specifically and in greater depth.
I was disappointed to discover the third edition of this book had the C++ overview removed. The new section, "a C interpreter", which I suspect is to pad out the book after removing the useful chapters from previous editions is practically useless. It would have been better to write something similar to Steel's coverage of writing 'clean C' where a C program runs in a C++ environment to distinguish the conflict areas between C and C++.
Another failing of Schild's book is the all too brief coverage of some areas summarised with the cop out "consult your manufacturer's manual for details".
In the format of a good reference book, Schild lays down many parts of the C language under function headings such as "signal".
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Von Ein Kunde am 13. Mai 1998
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Herbert Schildt is an enthusiastic writer who can seduce the naive reader into believing anything, no matter how ridiculous. Do yourself a favor and get a recent edition of _C: A Reference Manual_ by Samuel Harbison and Guy Steele instead. Also, _The C Programming Language_ by Brian Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie. (For the sake of the newbies out there, I should mention that Dennis Ritchie invented the C language, which in itself is a recommendation, not to mention that the first edition of the book, published in 1978, served as the base document for the ANSI C standard). These two books are recommended by the comp.lang.c Usenet newsgroup's FAQ list---a reading of which, incidentally, could have prevented Schildt from committing many of the horrible errors in _C: The Complete Reference_. The naive errors in this book would be embarassing even in a programming assignment turned in by a computer science college sophomore.
The reviewers who gave this book a 10 have been sadly duped and don't even know it. These people owe it to themselves to get the Harbison and Steele reference manual, and read the Usenet FAQ about the C language, and to read Peter Seebach's partial review of Schildt's book whose URL has been mentioned at least twice in some other reviews here. Also, anyone who doubts the negative reviews should write an article to comp.lang.c with the subject ``Schildt'' and a blank body. That alone should incite a frivolous anti-Schildt flame thread that will last a good two weeks.
The Usenet culture has even coined a new epithet which is applied to a horribly wrong assertion (about a programming language) which is nonchalantly presented as fact: that term is ``bullschildt''. This will no doubt end up in the jargon file one day, thus immortalizing Herb's family name.
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