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Programming in C

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  • Page 6 and 7: ❖ To my mother and father ❖
  • Page 8 and 9: Table of Contents 1 Introduction 1
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    5 Program Looping IFYOU ARRANGE 15

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    The for Statement 45 Program 5.2 Co

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    The for Statement 47 When the loop_

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    The for Statement 49 constitutes th

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    The for Statement 51 The primary ch

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    The for Statement 53 Nested for Loo

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    The for Statement 55 Multiple Expre

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    The while Statement 57 Program 5.6

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    The while Statement 59 Program 5.7

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    The do Statement 61 do program stat

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    Exercises 63 Now that you are famil

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    6 Making Decisions IN CHAPTER 5,“

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    The if Statement 67 The program was

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    The if Statement 69 would do the tr

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    The if Statement 71 When writing pr

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    The if Statement 73 To illustrate t

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    The if Statement 75 Nested if State

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    The if Statement 79 Program 6.7 Con

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    The if Statement 81 Program 6.8 Con

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    The if Statement 83 Program 6.8A Co

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    The switch Statement 85 if ( expres

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    Boolean Variables 87 switch (operat

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    Boolean Variables 89 “off,” its

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    The Conditional Operator 91 Program

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    Exercises 93 Exercises 1. Type in a

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    7 Working with Arrays THE C LANGUAG

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    Defining an Array 97 sequences thro

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    Defining an Array 99 values [0] 197

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    Defining an Array 101 proceeding wi

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    Defining an Array 103 As a point of

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    Defining an Array 105 the term “p

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    Initializing Arrays 107 Arrays of c

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    Character Arrays 109 The most notab

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    Character Arrays 111 Program 7.7 Co

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    Multidimensional Arrays 113 example

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    Variable-Length Arrays 115 Pay part

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    Exercises 117 than 1 or greater tha

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    8 Working with Functions BEHIND ALL

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    Defining a Function 121 appears.Thi

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    Arguments and Local Variables 123 p

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    Arguments and Local Variables 125 w

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    Returning Function Results 127 defi

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    Returning Function Results 129 In C

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    Functions Calling Functions Calling

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    Functions Calling Functions Calling

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    Functions Calling Functions Calling

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    Functions and Arrays 137 As you can

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    Functions and Arrays 139 Program 8.

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    Functions and Arrays 141 Program 8.

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    Functions and Arrays 143 When you w

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    Functions and Arrays 145 Program 8.

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    Functions and Arrays 147 An entire

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    Functions and Arrays 149 Program 8.

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    Functions and Arrays 151 Program 8.

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    Global Variables 153 In Program 8.1

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    Global Variables 155 much improved

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    Automatic and Static Variables 157

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    Recursive Functions 159 Recursive F

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    Recursive Functions 161 With the va

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    Exercises 163 represents a quadrati

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    9 Working with Structures CHAPTER 7

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    A Structure for Storing the Date 16

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    A Structure for Storing the Date 16

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    Functions and Structures 171 end of

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    Functions and Structures 173 Progra

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    Functions and Structures 175 Progra

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    Functions and Structures 177 illust

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    Functions and Structures 179 Progra

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    Initializing Structures 181 sets th

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    Arrays of Structures 183 Initializa

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    Structures Containing Structures 18

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    Structures Containing Arrays 187 Na

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    Structures Containing Arrays 189 Pr

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    Exercises 191 struct date { int mon

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    Exercises 193 previously.This funct

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    196 Chapter 10 Character Strings Ar

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    208 Chapter 10 Character Strings In

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    11 Pointers IN THIS CHAPTER,YOU EXA

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    Defining a Pointer Variable 237 Pro

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    Using Pointers in Expressions 239 (

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    Working with Pointers and Structure

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    The Keyword const and Pointers 253

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    Pointers and Functions 255 Program

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    Pointers and Functions 257 You shou

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    Pointers and Arrays 259 displayed.T

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    Pointers and Arrays 261 To set text

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    Pointers and Arrays 263 Program 11.

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    Pointers and Arrays 265 eliminate t

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    Pointers and Arrays 267 Program 11.

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    Pointers and Arrays 269 just seen,

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    Pointers and Arrays 271 Execution o

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    Pointers to Functions 273 Program 1

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    Pointers and Memory Addresses 275 m

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    Exercises 277 8. Write a function c

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    280 Chapter 12 Operations on Bits T

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    300 Chapter 13 The Preprocessor def

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    302 Chapter 13 The Preprocessor By

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    322 Chapter 14 More on Data Types d

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    15 Working with Larger Programs THE

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    Dividing Your Program into Multiple

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    19 Object-Oriented Programming BECA

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    Writing a C Program to Work with Fr

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    Defining an Objective-C Class to Wo

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    Defining a C++ Class to Work with F

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    Defining a C++ Class to Work with F

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    Defining a C# Class to Work with Fr

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    A C Language Summary THIS SECTION S

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    3.0 Constants 427 3.0 Constants 3.1

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    3.0 Constants 429 In the octal char

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    4.0 Data Types and Declarations 431

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    5.0 Expressions 439 As an example,

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    5.0 Expressions 441 Table A.5 Conti

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    5.0 Expressions 443 1. As the value

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    5.0 Expressions 445 The usual arith

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    5.0 Expressions 447 5.11 sizeof Ope

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    5.0 Expressions 449 Pointers to Arr

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    5.0 Expressions 451 Types other tha

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    7.0 Functions 455 int printf (char

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    8.0 Statements 457 Execution of a b

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    8.0 Statements 459 the null stateme

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    9.0 The Preprocessor 461 Table A.7

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    9.0 The Preprocessor 463 produces p

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    9.0 The Preprocessor 465 In either

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    B The Standard C Library THE STANDA

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    Standard Header Files 469 This hea

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    String Functions 471 char *strerror

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    I/O Functions 473 Character Functio

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    I/O Functions 475 FILE *fopen (file

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    I/O Functions 477 size_t fwrite (bu

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    String-to-Number Conversion 479 int

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    Dynamic Memory Allocation Functions

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    Math Functions 483 int islessequal

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    Math Functions 485 double fma (x, y

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    Math Functions 487 double remquo (x

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    Math Functions 489 double complex c

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    D Common Programming Mistakes THE F

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    E Resources THIS APPENDIX CONTAINS

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    Miscellaneous 503 Visual Studio htt

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    Index Symbols \’ (single quote) e

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    arrays 507 functions, 122-123 decla

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    C language 509 bits, 279 bit fields

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    character strings 511 calculating a

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    copying 513 Compiling the Debug Cod

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    derived data types 515 breakpoint d

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    file I/O operations 517 enumerated

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    functions 519 formatted I/O operati

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    functions 521 I/O, 473-478 fclose(

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    grep utility 523 strncat( ), 471 st

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    int data type 525 programs Calculat

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    macros 527 llround( ) function, 486

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    OOP 529 multiple source files, comp

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    prime numbers 531 character string

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    programs 533 bitwise operators, Ill

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    eferencing defined values 535 synta

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    statements 537 search methods binar

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    summing array elements 539 string_l

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    Xcode 543 Introducing the while Sta

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