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How should I go about developing some basic C/C++ knowledge so that I can grok the concepts written in some Classic software programming books? [closed]

I know Java and JavaScript pretty well. I have never really worked on C/C++. But at this stage of my career I feel that the fact that I do not have adequate knowledge on C/C++ syntax(especially ...
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good literature for teaching object oriented thinking in C [closed]

Quite often C is the primary platform for the development. And when things are large scale, I have seen partitioning of the system as different objects is quite a natural thing. Some or many of the ...
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Is there a canonical book on C Programming in GNU/Linux?

I am looking for a good ebook (or two) for learning the C programming language, specifically programming in a GNU/Linux environment. I'm not a beginner programmer, but I have almost no experience in ...
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C Language - K&R 1st vs 2nd Edition?

I'm planning to buy a book to learn C Language. Many say K&R is a must-have book for C programmers so I chose it. I see that there are two editions. What are the differences between them?
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Is there a canonical book on data structure and algorithms in C? [closed]

I want to learn kernel programming but before that I want to have firm understanding of data structures and algorithms in C. I am a beginner in this field. Can you refer any book or resources that ...
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Evolution of the Win32 API

Has the Windows 32 API changed much over time? Does the Charles Petzold book "Programming Windows, 5th Edition" from 1998 still contain relevant information, or is most of it obsolete/outdated? What ...