C in Plain English

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MIS:Press, Jan 1, 1995 - Computers - 418 pages
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This two-part book begins with a C tutorial for beginners and concludes with an alphabetical language reference for programmers and students. Overland covers C functions, pointers, expressions and style, and shows programmers how these are put together to create powerful and efficient C programs.

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Brian Overland has considerable experience programming with C++ and teaching basic techniques to others. For ten years at Microsoft, he worked as a C++ programmer and writer, as well as project leader--a unique combination that prepared him well to write lucid, accurate programming books. He is the author of six programming books in all, including "C++ in Plain English, Third Edition" John Wiley & Sons, 2001. Brian currently is the CEO of Storage Tech LLC, a pioneer in the area of digital record storage.

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