C is the first language that we will learn in graduation. It is a high-level language and helps in developing an operating system, firmware, compilers, database, etc.
Here I have listed below a list of 10 Best C Programming Books with their pros and cons.
|C Programming Language, 2nd Edition by Brian W. Kernighan and Dennis M. Ritchie||Creator of the language itself written a book ||Not easily understood by newbie||
|Head First C by David Griffiths and Dawn Griffiths||Best book for master C||Little difficult for Beginners||
|C Programming Absolute Beginner's Guide|
by Greg Perry
|Good for Beginners, not teach you everything|
|Little boring, not exam specific||
|C Programming: A Modern Approach by Kn King||large examples available to understand concepts, exercise questions contains lot of mathematics||If you know C programming concepts, book is little slow||
|Learn C the Hard Way by Zed A. Shaw ||Exercises available is good||Not cover whole topics||
|EXPERT C PROGRAMMING by VAN DER LINDEN ||Nicely written||Not for Beginners||
|C: The Complete Reference Paperback |
by Herbert Schildt
|Covers broad range of topics||Not for Beginners||
|C Programming in easy steps, 5th Edition: Updated for the GNU Compiler version 6.3.0 and Windows 10 by Mike McGrath||Easy to read and understand|
|Not for advanced users||
|Hands-On Network Programming with C: Learn socket programming in C and write secure and optimized network code by Mike McGrath||Learn client server application||Not for Beginners||
|C in a Nutshell: The Definitive Reference by Peter Prinz, Tony Crawford ||Good Reference Book||Not for Beginners||
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