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Writing functional, understandable programming code just got easier! Written by well-known author and columnist Don Libes, this insightful and at times humorous work takes you through good and bad codes, and helps you understand the differences between them. Through real-world examples, you're shown how to solve a variety of difficult problems you're likely to face. Hard-to-find essays have been reprinted and included. Chapters cover speeding up strcpy, threads, life with static buffers, implementing software timers, keeping track of malloc, variable-sized arrays, tcl (tool command language), and more.
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This study introduces practical techniques for the C programmer, based on problems encountered by users, forming a collection of examples of the correct and incorrect ways of developing C coding. Six complete software applications are available on a disk which accompanies the text.
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Book Description Wiley, 1992. Paperback. Condition: New. Brand New!. Seller Inventory # VIB0471578053
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