intermediate C book

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    Hello all,

    Just finished reading K&R's book on C. Thought it was really well written. I am wondering if anyone could recommend a good intermediate C book to read now that I've finished this one (perhaps something written in a similar style). Anything with an emphasis on structured programming is a plus. Thanks.
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    http://www.cprogramming.com/books/c.html

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