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Yep, that is the ONLY book to use for C. Had mine for 25 years and still use it and have trashed all the other C books I've bought.
You need The C Programming Language book.It's often referred to as "the c bible". I don't recommend you have it; I demand it .
Quote from: jaime on September 10, 2010, 12:01:26 PMYou need The C Programming Language book.It's often referred to as "the c bible". I don't recommend you have it; I demand it .'Woah, 1988 publishing date? You are missing multiple revisions of the C standard then, this book is old school.
What exactly are you worried about him missing?
C99 introduced several new features, many of which had already been implemented as extensions in several compilers:inline functionsintermingled declarations and code, variable declaration no longer restricted to file scope or the start of a compound statement (block)several new data types, including long long int, optional extended integer types, an explicit boolean data type, and a complex type to represent complex numbersvariable-length arrayssupport for one-line comments beginning with //, as in BCPL or C++new library functions, such as snprintfnew header files, such as stdbool.h, complex.h and inttypes.htype-generic math functions (tgmath.h)improved support for IEEE floating pointdesignated initializerscompound literalssupport for variadic macros (macros of variable arity)restrict qualification to allow more aggressive code optimizationuniversal character names, which allows user variables to contain other characters than the standard character set
I get confused with all the different files which are needed to include, in the eventual compiled program.
All I really need is a working IR follow code for the Axon II, which I can then disect and modify to my own needs (specifically an IR AVOIDANCE code).