Best way to learn any programming language is to create good programs in it. C is not exception to this rule. Once you decide to write any program you would find that there are always at least two ways to write it. So you need to find out whether you have chosen the best way to implement your program. That's where you would find this book useful. It contains solutions to all the exercises present in Let Us C 12th Edition. If you learn the language elements from Let Us C, write programs for the problems given in the exercises and then cross check your answers with the solutions given in this book you would be well on your way to become a skilled C programmer. I am sure you would appreciate this learning path like the millions of students and professionals have in the past decade.
Table Of Contents:
Introduction Chapter : Before We begin Chapter 1 : Getting Started Chapter 2 : C Instructions Chapter 3 : Decision Control Instruction Chapter 4 : More Complex Decision Making Chapter 5 : Loop control Instruction Chapter 6 : More Complex Repetitions Chapter 7 : Case Control Instruction Chapter 8 : Functions Chapter 9 : Pointers Chapter 10 : Recursion Chapter 11 : Data Types Revisited Chapter 12 : The C Preprocessor Chapter 13 : Arrays Chapter 14 : Multidimensional Arrays Chapter 15 : Strings Chapter 16 : Handling Multiple Strings Chapter 17 : Structures Chapter 18 : Console Input/ Output Chapter 19 : File Input/output Chapter 20 : More Issues in Input/Output Chapter 21 : Operations on Bits-chapter 22 : Miscellaneous features Chapter 23 : C Under Linux