A Good C Book

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    A Good C Book

    I need a good beginner/intermediate C book.

    Any recommendations?

    Thanks.

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    programming in ANSI C by Stephen Kochan.

    Best beginners book in my opinion. I've read three, and this is probably the easiest of the three.

    The other two I've read was practical c programming by o'reilly, and c for dummies, volume 1, by Dan Gookan.

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    Pointers in C by Kenneth Reek
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