Let Us C

Let Us C
by Yashavant P. Kanetkar

Considered to be one of the best-selling programming books ever written, the eighth edition has now been edited, revised, and updated. A CD-ROM with demos, code, compiler, executables, and MATLAB examples has been added to the book. Simplicity and an easy narration style are the hallmarks of the book, which have made its previous seven editions immensely successful. Today’s C programmer (still the language of choice in science, engineering, game programming and for handheld devices) has to master the complexities of the language and contend with its usage in environments like Windows, Linux, and for the Internet. Let Us C, Eighth Edition covers these three aspects of C programming and doesn?t assume any programming background. It begins with the basics and steadily builds the pace, so the reader finds it easy to handle more complicated topics later. This popular author has crafted hundreds of excellent programming examples and exercises for every aspect of C programming.

by Yashavant kanetkar

Description: Best way to learn any programming language is to create good programs in it. C is not exception to this rule. Once you decide to write any program you would find that there are always at least two ways to write it. So you need to find out whether you have chosen the best way to implement your program. That’s where you would find this book useful. It contains solutions to all the exercises present in Let Us C 15th Edition. If you learn the language elements from Let Us C, write programs for the problems given in the exercises and then cross check your answers with the solutions given in this book you would be well on your way to become a skilled C programmer. I am sure you would appreciate this learning path like the millions of students and professionals have in the past decade.Table Of Contents:IntroductionChapter 0 : Before We beginChapter 1 : Getting StartedChapter 2 : C InstructionsChapter 3 : Decision Control InstructionChapter 4 : More Complex Decision MakingChapter 5 : Loop control InstructionChapter 6 : More Complex RepetitionsChapter 7 : Case Control InstructionChapter 8 : FunctionsChapter 9 : PointersChapter 10 : RecursionChapter 11 : Data Types RevisitedChapter 12 : The C PreprocessorChapter 13 : ArraysChapter 14 : Multidimensional ArraysChapter 15 : StringsChapter 16 : Handling Multiple StringsChapter 17 : StructuresChapter 18 : Console Input/ OutputChapter 19 : File Input/outputChapter 20 : More Issues in Input/OutputChapter 21 : Operations on BitsChapter 22 : Miscellaneous featuresChapter 23 : C Under Linux

Let us C 16th Edition
by kanetkar Yashavant

Let Us C has been part of learning and teaching material in mostO Over three million copies sold worldwide.Authentic Guide to C Programming LanguageBasic / Intermediate/Advanced C Programming, C Under Unix and GNOME Programming Using GTK Library DESCRIPTION”e; Simplicity”e; -that has been the hallmark of this book in not only its previous fourteen English editions, but also in the Hindi, Gujarati, Japanese, Korean, Chinese and US editions. This book doesn’t assume any programming background. It begins with the basics and steadily builds the pace so that the reader finds it easy to handle advanced topics towards the end of the book. Easter chapter contains: Lucid explanation of the conceptWell though-out, fully working programming examplesEnd-of-chapter exercises that would help you practise the skills learned in the chapterHand-crafted “e;KanNotes”e; that would help you remember and revise the concepts covered in each chapterEngineering and Science Institutes round the country for years now.From last year or so, I received several suggestions that its size bepruned a bit, as many learners who learn C language in their Engineeringor Science curriculum have some familiarity with it. I am happy to fulfillthis request. I hope the readers would appreciate the lean look of thecurrent edition.In one of the previous edition I had realigned the chapters in such amanner that if a C programming course is taught using Let Us C, it can befinished in 22 lectures of one hour each, with one chapter’s contentsdevoted to one lecture. I am happy that many readers liked this idea andreported that this has made their learning path trouble-free. A morerational reorganization of end-of-chapter exercises in the book has alsobeen well-received. Riding on that feedback I had introduced one morefeature in the fifteenth edition-KanNotes. These are hand-craftednotes on C programming. From the reader’s emails I gather that theyhave turned out to be very useful to help revise their concepts on theday before the examination, viva-voce or interview.Many readers also told me that they have immensely benefitted fromthe inclusion of the chapter on Interview FAQs. I have improved thischapter further. The rationale behind this chapter is simple-ultimatelyall the readers of Let Us C sooner or later end up in an interview roomwhere they are required to take questions on C programming. I nowhave a proof that this chapter has helped to make that journey smoothand fruitful.All the programs present in the book (and some more) are available insource code form at www.kicit.com/books/letusc/sourcecode. You arefree to download them, improve them, change them, do whatever withthem. If you wish to get solutions for the Exercises in the book they areavailable in another book titled ‘Let Us C Solutions’. If you want somemore problems for practice they are available in the book titled ‘Let Us CWorkbook’. As usual, new editions of these t

by Yashavant kanetkar

Description:Java Language is very popularly used for creating applications for PC, Laptop, Tablet, Web and Mobile world Learning a language that can work on so many different platforms can be a challenge. This is where you would find this book immediately useful. It follows simple and easy narration style. It doesn’t assume any programming background. It begins with the basics and steadily builds the pace so that the reader finds it easy to handle complex topics towards the end. Each chapter has been designed to create a deep and lasting impression on reader’s mind. Object Oriented Programming has been covered in detail to give a strong foundation for Java Programming. Well thought out and fully working example programs and carefully crafted exercises of this book, cover every aspect of Java programming. Well through out and finally working examples, and carefully crafted exercises of this book, covers every aspect of Java Programming. Some of the highlighting features of this book are: A* Data types & Control InstructionsA* Object Oriented ProgrammingA* Classes & ObjectsA* Arrays & StringsA* Inheritance & PolymorphismA* InterfacesA* PackagesA* Exception HandlingA* Effective IOA* Multithreading & SynchronizationA* GenericsA* Collection ClassesA* GUI Using SwingA* Database Connectivity UsingJDBc Table Of Contents:-An Overview of Java-Getting Started-More about Data Types-Decision Control Instruction-Loop Control Instruction-Case Control Instruction-Functions-Advanced Features of Functions-Introduction to OOP-Classes and Objects-Arrays-Strings and Enums-Inheritance-Polymorphism-Exception Handling-Effective Input/ Output-Multithreading in Java-Generics-Collection Classes-User Interfaces-JDBC-Index

Programming In Ansi C
by E Balagurusamy

This book presents a detailed exposition of C in an extremely simple style. The various features of the language have been systematically discussed. The entire text has been reviewed and revised incorporating the feedback from the readers. Each chapter has been expanded to include a variety of solved examples and practice problems.

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