C Traps and Pitfalls has 70 ratings and 10 reviews. David said: Very good book, possible my third best book on C after K&R and ‘Expert C Programming’.T. This book helps to prevent such problems by showing how C programmers get themselves into trouble. Each of the book’s many examples has trapped a. In addition to its examples, C Traps and Pitfalls offers adviceon: avoiding off-by- one errors understanding and constructing function declarations understanding.

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If you do anything important in C, you must read this book. Every programming language has aspects that are most likely to cause trouble for people not yet thoroughly familiar with them.

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This book helps to prevent such problems by showing how C programmers get themselves into trouble. Customers who bought this item also bought. This book should be on any C programmer’s shelf ptfalls the first go-to guide during debuggings. What This Book Is C Traps And Pitfalls aims to encourage defensive programming by showing how other people, even experienced professionals, have gotten themselves into trouble.

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C Traps and Pitfalls by Andrew Koenig. People learn most effectively through experience–their own or someone else’s.