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Expert C Programming: Deep Secrets von [van der Linden, Peter]
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Defying the stereotypical notion that technical books tend to be boring, Expert C Programming offers a lively and often humorous look at many aspects of C--from how memory is laid out to the details of pointers and arrays. The author reveals his points through invaluable anecdotes, such as stories of costly bugs, and through folklore, such as the contents of Donald Knuth's first publication. Each chapter ends with a section entitled "Some Light Relief," which discusses topics (topics that some may consider to be "recreational"), such as programming contests. A fabulous appendix on job interview questions finishes the book.

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This book is for the knowledgeable C programmer, this is a second book that gives the C programmers advanced tips and tricks. This book will help the C programmer reach new heights as a professional. Organized to make it easy for the reader to scan to sections that are relevant to their immediate needs.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 379 Seiten
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  • Verlag: Prentice Hall; Auflage: 1 (14. Juni 1994)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00E0LASCU
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I'm an electrical engineering college student in Germany and in my 6th semester. I did have some questions about what is going on "behind the scenes" in C and have found this book to answer some questions of mine. Especially the part with multidimensional arrays did help to resolve some assumptions of mine.
I did get the feeling that the Author had enough unterstanding of the topic to educate people (well he has written on a C compiler if i do remember right). The best part of this book was it's layout, which had some "light relieve" sections in each chapter with some amusing, historical stories. Of course the technical part of each chapter was fun reading to begin with.

I do recommend it without a second thought for people who are not already working with C since decades. I do think that it is addressed at college students. But of course everyone with a lttle more than basic knowledge in C and capable of the English language (please don't judge my bad grammar) should have a great experience reading this wonderful book.
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If you want to improve your C knowledge and to be amused, than this Is a book for you. If you want some tips and tricks, than is also for you. It contains code examples as well as lists with proposed exercises.
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The title of this book is somewhat misleading. If you are an expert or advanced user of the C language you will probably be disappointed with this book. It is really a book in the beginner to intermediate range. A great amount of the material is useless C trivia and folklore. There is a very minimal amount of code in the book. Learning the correct way to free a singly-linked list and how to declare arrays and function pointers is by no means in the "expert" category in my opinion. Much of the material in this book is presented in a first semester course on programming and all of the topics that are superficially covered in this tiny book are better explained in other books.
I found about 4 to 5 pages of useful information in the book and the rest was just fluf. If you want to learn about operating systems, assembly language, pointers and dynamic memory management, data structures, or algorithms, then get books that deal with topics explicitly. You wont find that kind of information in this little book. This book concerns itself with topics that show how to unscramble poorly written code like: z = y+++x; I dont know anyone who writes code like that!
If your still having trouble with arrays and pointers, then this book can be of help, otherwise I dont think the price of this book is justified.
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A short aside on the author - Peter van der Linden is probably one of the better technical writers out there. Both this book and "Just Java" are a pleasure to read. He's also a good public speaker, if you get a chance to see him in the valley.
Where this book stands out is its lucid explanations of "under the hood" material. What really happens when your program is loaded in? Why aren't pointers and arrays the same? (Bet you thought they were.) This book explains it all.
The section on interview questions is required reading for interviewers and interviewees alike.
In short, a great book. My dog-eared copy has been handed around the office so many times that I had to take it back and force everyone else to get their own copy (which they quickly did).
Only one minor gripe - there are a number of typos in the printing I have. Peter is VERY good about posting errata on his website however, so I can't let this detract from my 5 star rating.
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I liked this book, especially the way he comes up with funny phrases you don't see coming. I've read several other programming books (Safer C, Writing Solid Code, No Bugs!, etc), but this is definitely one of the ones that is enjoyable to read. It adds a light humour to the serious, useful information he provides.
He goes into depth into the subjects of C declarations, memory, pointers, and arrays. He also explains some of the concepts behind the procedure activation record (used when calling a function), linking and compiling. He also challenges the reader with programming assignments to discover more, and provides programming advice.
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I've put this book #9 in my Top 100 Programming, Computer and Science books list:

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(If this link gets removed, google for >>catonmat top 100 programming computer science books<< to find my article.)

Back to practical books, this is a classic book on C programming. I learned the language purely by programming and reading code examples without ever reading a single tutorial and this was my first real book on C programming language. This book is for people who already know C well. It presents subtle aspects of the language and reveals the shocking truth that C arrays and pointers are not the same thing. Language quirks are accompanied by interesting stories and suggestions called handy heuristics. It's amusingly written, and the historical anecdotes are very interesting as well.

I heard someone say, "You'll definitely know you're a geek when you find yourself chuckling at all of the hilarious comments in the book. What Peter van der Linden has produced is not so much a book about C programming as it is a dense little slab of hacker culture. It's a snapshot of the days when "the Internet" was almost synonymous with "UNIX account.""

Spot on. This book will increase your geekiness level by 1000 points. Go get this book!
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