zeke

Open Source Books that teach C Programming

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I will add that, I do not know of the others, they look like they'd be good reads, but the Beej guide to( anything ) is not what I'd consider a good "book". I've read through several of his online books, relating to interprocess communications, and networking. Neither of those two topics were very well written, and the content is old. e.g. the content is outdated.

 

I will also add that LDD( Linux Device drivers ) while in hard copy format is a paid book. The author felt compelled to make the book available free online: http://www.xml.com/ldd/chapter/book/ The third edition I believe is also available for free online here: https://lwn.net/Kernel/LDD3/. free electrons also seems to have a single pdf file version, but i have not looked into it.

 

Anyway LDD2 is a very good book if you need to understand Linux device driver, I paid for a hard copy and have not regretted it.

 

For C++, these are supposed to be pretty good as well: http://mindview.net/Books/TICPP/ThinkingInCPP2e.html, but they are dated.

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