On Sun, 2003-12-28 at 06:37, Nicolo' Nepote wrote: > The best book ever is, of course, the Kernighan-Ritchie > Who can say the opposite???? > > ..::NoKo::.. > > On Saturday 27 December 2003 21:37, Gavin Henry wrote: > > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- > > Hash: SHA1 > > > > Hi all, > > > > During my degree, BEng (Hons) Electronics and Communications Engineering, > > we did C programming every year, but I never kept it up, as I had no > > interest and didn't see the point. But now I really want to get back into > > it as I see a point with GNU/Linux. I want to get my old skills back and > > write something or help on some projects etc. > > > > I need some good books. I used to have one called "A Book On C", but sold > > it, and I have been reading various tutorials on the web and the many > > devoted websites. > > > > Anyone have any recommendations? > > > > One more question, should I go for C or C++? Which will benefit me more > > with GNU/Linux? > > > > Thanks for your time, > > > > Gavin. > > - -- > > Regards > > > > http://www.magicfx.co.uk > > http://www.suretecsystems.com > > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- > > Version: GnuPG v1.2.3 (GNU/Linux) > > > > iD8DBQE/7e2DgNqd7Kng8UoRAmuQAJ0TMQFhn2S/vIWotAEp5cOgTqsJXACgyblW > > uwTOzKwRt5OXdMOe2OY6q2o= > > =ORds > > -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- > > > -- > fedora-list mailing list > [email protected] > To unsubscribe: http://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-list Oh, I forgot. If you are going to do GNU/Linux programming, you definitely need the following books: Advanced Programming in the UNIX Environment - by Stevens UNIX Network Programming -- all volumes - by Stevens Later, -- Bruce W. Bigby http://home.rochester.rr.com/bigbyofrocny Don't be fooled by sale pitches. The only money that you save is money that you keep. Anything less is a deception.
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