The "most helpful critical review" reviewer claims the index is incomplete. An example refers to the word "const", which the reviewer claims has its own section (4.4. Read morePublished on August 7, 2009 by Mark Dale
Excellent reference. I wish that there were more examples for the functionsPublished on January 14, 2002
Where I work we use C, Java, and C++... in that order of frequency. Many people have several years of C experience doing real work: cross platform CAD software. Read morePublished on January 18, 2001 by John G. Ferguson
This should be your second book on C programming (the first is The C programming language, of course). As the name says, this is a "reference manual". Read morePublished on October 8, 2000 by Cheung Chi Man
Despite the rave reviews, I found this book rather dissapointing. It reads like the ISO/ANSI official language grammer, that is, JUST THE FACTS AND IN TECHNICAL TERMS ONLY, with... Read morePublished on November 3, 1998
This book may actually be better than K&R. They share the same style in that explinations of language features are done in the context of great and useful code. Read morePublished on September 21, 1998
If I had to pick only one book, in the entire world, to use as my all-purpose C reference, this would be the book.
It's well-written, accurate, and complete.