C Recipes : a problemsolution approach
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 Shirish Chavan.
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 [Place of publication not identified] : Apress, 2017.
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 Chavan, Shirish, author.
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 Bibliography
 Includex index.
 Includes bibliographical references.
 Contents

 At a Glance; Contents; About the Author; About the Technical Reviewer; Acknowledgments; Introduction;
 Chapter 1: Welcome to C; Programs, Software, and Operating System; Machine Language and Assembly Language; Procedural Languages; ObjectOriented Languages; Terminology in Computers; Compiled and Interpreted Languages; Compilation; Interpretation; Your First C Program; Salient Features of C; Implicit Type Conversion; Explicit Type Conversion ;
 Chapter 2: Control Statements; Selection Statements; Iteration Statements; Jump Statements; 21. Sum 1 to N Numbers; Problem; Solution.
 The CodeHow It Works; 2
 2. Compute the Factorial of a Number; Problem; Solution; The Code; How It Works; 2
 3. Generate a Fibonacci Sequence; Problem; Solution; The Code; How It Works; 2
 4. Determine Whether a Given Number Is Prime; Problem; Solution; The Code; How It Works; 2
 5. Compute the Sine Function; Problem; Solution; The Code; How It Works; 2
 6. Compute the Cosine Function; Problem; Solution; The Code; How It Works; 2
 7. Compute the Roots of Quadratic Equation; Problem; Solution; The Code; How It Works; 2
 8. Compute the Reverse of an Integer; Problem; Solution; The Code; How It Works.
 29. Print a Geometrical Pattern Using Nested LoopsProblem; Solution; The Code; How It Works; 210. Generate a Table of Future Value Interest Factors; Problem; Solution; The Code; How It Works;
 Chapter 3: Functions and Arrays; 31. Determine the Value of Pi; Problem; Solution; The Code; How It Works; 32. Pick the Prime Numbers from a List of Numbers; Problem; Solution; The Code; How It Works; 33. Sum Numbers Using Recursion; Problem; Solution; The Code; How It Works; 34. Compute the Fibonacci Sequence Using Recursion; Problem; Solution; The Code; How It Works.
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 5. Compute the Factorial of a Number Using RecursionProblem; Solution; The Code; How It Works; 3
 6. Search the Largest Element in an Array of Integers ; Problem; Solution; The Code; How It Works; 3
 7. Solve the Classic Problem of the Towers of Hanoi; Solution; The Code; How It Works; 3
 8. Solve the Eight Queens Problem; Problem; Solution; How It Works; 3
 9. Compute Permutations and Combinations of a Given Set of Objects; Problem; Solution; The Code; How It Works; 3
 10. Perform the Summation of Two Matrices ; Problem; Solution; The Code; How It Works; 3
 11. Compute the Transpose of a Matrix.
 ProblemSolution; The Code; How It Works; 312. Compute the Product of Matrices ; Problem; Solution; The Code; How It Works;
 Chapter 4: Pointers and Arrays; 41. Retrieve Data from an Array with the int Type Data; Problem; Solution; The Code; How It Works; 42. Retrieve Data from an Array Using the Array Name; Problem; Solution; The Code; How It Works; 43. Retrieve Data from an Array with char and double Type Data; Problem; Solution; The Code; How It Works; 44. Access the OutofBounds Array Elements; Problem; Solution; The Code; How It Works; 45. Store Strings; Problem; Solution; The Code.
 Summary
 Solve your C programming problems with practical and informative recipes. This book covers various aspects of C programming including the fundamentals of C, operators and expressions, control statements, recursion, and userdefined functions. Each chapter contains a series of recipes that you can easily reference to quickly find the answers you are looking for. C Recipes also contains recipes and solutions for problems in memory management, arrays, standard input and output, structures and unions, pointers, selfreferential structures, data files, preprocessor directives, and library functions. You will: Master operators and expressions Write userdefined functions Work with structures and unions Use pointers Define self referential structures Leverage library functions.
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Bibliographic information
 Publication date
 2017
 ISBN
 9781484229675 (electronic bk.)
 1484229673 (electronic bk.)
 9781484217696 (electronic bk.)
 1484217691 (electronic bk.)
 9781484229668
 1484229665
 1484217683
 9781484217689
 DOI
 10.1007/9781484229675