Designed for professionals and advanced students, Pointers On C provides a comprehensive resource for those needing in-depth coverage of the C programming language. An extensive explanation of pointer basics and a thorough exploration of their advanced features allows programmers to incorporate the power of pointers into their C programs. Complete coverage, detailed explanations of C programming idioms, and thorough discussion of advanced topics makes Pointers On C a valuable tutorial and reference for students and professionals alike.
Kenneth A. Reek, Professor of Computer Science at Rochester Institute of Technology, is an experienced C programmer who has served as a consultant for local industries. This text was born from nine years of teaching a C programming seminar. Professor Reek has taught courses at the introductory and intermediate level in operating systems, data communications, computer networks, formal languages, analysis of algorithms, and switching systems.