Tony Crawford is a freelance translator and editor in Berlin. In addition to software localization projects, he has translated books on programming and network management — and on art history, architecture, and aesthetics. His translation of Navid Kermani's Between Koran and Kafka will be published by Polity Press in early 2016. Tony translates from German and French into English.
"C in a Nutshell is nearly a requirement for any serious C programmer. With a large portion of modern education being focused on objected oriented programming it can be difficult to strip away all the trimmings and get down to the nitty-gritty. This book is essentially the important details of C shoved into 600 pages. It includes a very decent introduction to C, but its real virtue is as a reference book."
--Andrew LeCain, Computer Science House
"I learned C the way I was taught to learn languages in college: with a grammar, some examples, and a complier to practice with (BDS C). That left lots of holes in my knowledge of C, holes that C in a Nutshell performs well to fill in...Altogether this book is a great desktop reference for anyone who needs to understand C. Somehow I have managed to read and write C programs without this book, but I will certainly appreciate having it handy in the future-it is now within easy reach of my favorite chair."
--Rik Farrow, ;LOGIN: