Publisher: Prentice Hall, 1987, 284 pages
Allen Holub provides background material for understanding teh C language and examines such advanced topics as sophisticated uses of pointers and subroutines with a variable number of arguments. With a rudimentary knowledge of C, you can use this book to supplement a regular textbook for an in-depth understanding of the language.
Among its key features, this practical book:
The best book ever written about the C language. Priceless and immortal. Buy it, you need it.