By Herbert Schildt
One other gem from Herb Schildt--best-selling programming writer with greater than 2.5 million books offered! C: the total Reference, Fourth variation supplies complete info on C99, the recent ANSI/ISO regular for C. You'll get in-depth insurance of the c program languageperiod and serve as libraries in addition to all of the most up-to-date C good points, together with constrained guidelines, inline features, variable-length arrays, and complicated math. This jam-packed source contains countless numbers of examples and pattern functions.
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This is important if you want to be able to write C programs that can be compiled by C++ compilers. It is also important if you are planning to move on to C++, or work in both environments. In the final analysis, understanding the difference between C89 and C99 is simply part of being a top-notch professional C programmer. Part One is organized as follows. Chapter 1 provides an overview of C. Chapter 2 examines C's built-in data types, variables, operators, and expressions. Next, Chapter 3 presents program control statements.
Part Two will examine the features added by C99. Page 5 C Is a Middle-Level Language C is often called a middle-level computer language. This does not mean that C is less powerful, harder to use, or less developed than a high-level language such as BASIC or Pascal, nor does it imply that C has the cumbersome nature of assembly language (and its associated troubles). Rather, C is thought of as a middle-level language because it combines the best elements of high-level languages with the control and flexibility of assembly language.
At the time of its creation, C was a much longed-for, dramatic improvement in programming languages. In the years that have since elapsed, C has proven that it is up to any task. With the advent of C++, some programmers thought that C as a distinct language would cease to exist. Such is not the case. First, not all programs require the application of the object-oriented programming features provided by C++. For example, applications such as embedded systems are still typically programmed in C. Second, much of the world still runs on C code, and those programs will continue to be enhanced and maintained.