From the Back Cover
Sams Teach Yourself C for Linux Programming in 21 Days presents C programming techniques in a logical and easy-to-follow sequence that helps you understand the principles involved in developing C programs. You'll begin the basics of writing a program, then move on to arrays, pointers, disk input/output, functions, and more. Learn the basics of C, including variables, constants, conditional statements, loops, pointers, data structures, input/output, and functions. This book presents C in the most logical and easy-to-learn sequence, and is geared towards programmers learning the C language for Linux. Also included will be additional material needed to develop and execute programs for Linux.
About the Author
Erik de Castro Lopo is a professional Research and Develpoment engineer who lives and works in Sydney Australia. He used UNIX extensively while at University and discovered Linux in 1995. He is a regular visitor to the Linux Usenet newsgroups, has contributed bug fixes to many open source projects and has also released some of his own code under the GNU General Public License.