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Learn C on the Mac: For OS X and iOS 2nd

date: 1 апреля 2013 / author: izograv / категория: C / views: 3101 / comments: 0

Learn C on the Mac: For OS X and iOS 2nd by David Mark and James Bucanek

Considered a classic by an entire generation of Mac programmers, Dave Mark's Learn C on the Mac has been updated for you to include Mac OS X Mountain Lion and the latest iOS considerations.

Learn C on the Mac: For OS X and iOS, Second Edition is perfect for beginners learning to program. It includes contemporary OS X and iOS examples! This book also does the following:

-Provides best practices for programming newbies
-Presents all the basics with a pragmatic, Mac OS X and iOS -flavored approach
-Includes updated source code which is fully compatible with latest Xcode

After reading this book, you'll be ready to program and build apps using the C language and Objective-C will become much easier for you to learn when you're ready to pick that up.

What you’ll learn:

- Master C programming, the gateway to programming your Mac, iPhone or iPad
- Write apps for the contemporary Mac OS X interface, the cleanest user interface around
- Write apps for the modern iOS interface, one of the two most popular mobile platforms in the world
- Understand variables and how to design your own data structures
- Work with the file system
- Connect to data sources and the Internet
- How to handle error handling and much more
Who this book is for

For anyone wanting to learn to program in Mac OS X and iOS, including developers new to the Mac and iPhone/iPad, developers new to C, or students entirely new to programming.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Go Get the Tools
Chapter 2. Programming Basics
Chapter 3: C Basics: Staements and Functions
Chapter 4: C Basics: Variables and Operators
Chapter 5: Debugging
Chapter 6: Controlling Your Program's Flow
Chapter 7: Pointers and Parameters
Chapter 8: More Data Types
Chapter 9: The Command Line
Chapter 10: Designing Your Own Data Structures
Chapter 11: Working with Files
Chapter 12: Handling Errors
Chapter 13: Advanced Topics
Chapter 14: Where Do You Go from Here?
Chapter 15: Answers to Exercises


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