CIS 26B

Course Description:
Applications of advanced features of C and the C-library functions including: binary and random-access input/output, dynamic data structures, bit manipulation, string parsing and string-to-numeric conversion, event and error processing, function pointers, recursion, and variable-length argument list functions.

Text required: Perry, John. "Advanced C Programming by Example" Belmont, CA: PWS Publishing, 1998.

Supporting Texts and References: Harbison, Samuel and Guy L. Steele, Jr. "C: A Reference Manual," 5th Edition. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall Software Series, 2002



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