- Paperback: 572 pages
- Publisher: BPB Publications; 15th edition (13 July 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 8183331637
- ISBN-13: 978-8183331630
- Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 3.2 x 21.6 cm
- Average Customer Review: 415 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #22,766 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Let Us C Paperback – 13 Jul 2016
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Brought a used book from online. The book is in good condition. I went through couple of chapters and i must say that the author has illustrated the concepts clearly. Anyone planning to start learning C programming, this book is a must. --By Abhishek Ramesh on January 21, 2014
Things are explained in very efficient way. Nice book who wants to learn C from scratch. Book arrived as described. --By shishir s. on April 23, 2014
This book is ONLY and ONLY for those who have NEVER, I repeat, NEVER EVER programmed before. For those, who have had even a basic programming course, this book isn't for you. The service of Amazon is very good and prompt. So I love it. This book is simply awesome. You can grab each and every point of C in a very simple words. you'll love it after reading it. good it in just 181 rs best price simple basi concept book by yashwant kanetkar .........This book is simply awesome. You can grab each and every point of C in a very simple words. you'll love it after reading it IS .Very good book in language, explanation. However, few errors are also there. Overall excellent book for beginners to intermediate level.The best book to start learning C for a Beginner like me.. . Very much impressed with this one..is book is ONLY and ONLY for those who have NEVER, I repeat, NEVER EVER programmed before. For those, who have had even a basic programming course, this book isn't for you. SO JUST GO BUY IT IF YOU HAVE STARTED PROGRAMMING AND BASICS WILL BE CLEARED VERY PERFECTLY JUST BUY IT NOW --pancham aggarwal 20 March, 2014 On Junglee.com
About the Author
Yashavant Kanetkar is a computer science author of Indian origin and is well known for his work on programming languages. He obtained his B.E. degree from VJTI, Mumbai and completed his M.Tech. from IIT Kanpur. He was awarded the 'Microsoft Most Valuable Profession' by Microsoft. He is currently the Director of KICIT and KSET. He also speaks on various technology subjects and has written columns for publications such as Developer 2.0 and Express Computers.
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Author taught through examples, which makes any concept become easy to grasp. Each chapter have exercise with minimum 10 programs.
The Book lack of solved examples which makes tough if you going to appear for semester exam in next 5 months. But this problem can easily overcome by using online resources.
Yashwant kanetkar is a good book for College exams as definitions were given are very easy also tough topics like Pointers is explained very easily.
This book must be referred by only those who dont know about C and want to begin from scratch.
S.K.srivastava -C in depth is also a great book to begin with.
Well if you are a pro in C and now want to learn at good level for competition then Dennis Ritchie or King is the best book to refer.
If you have any doubt regarding book or want guidance in C please feel free to comment here.
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Easy understand language, programs executable in Turbo C compiler, although it took a little time to understand that what changes should I make so that my programs can run in Code::Blocks.
Also, programs do not have getch(); and clrscr(); fucntions included, which are somewhat essential in Turbo C.
clrscr() ; is not required in Code::Blocks cause it already clears the last executed screen. But getch(); is required just before return0;
so that the cmd window do not close immediately after execution of the program.
I am a progammer, with 3 years of experience in the field.i intially also started with this book, but found it a little bit useful.
the book is boring, and it will never create your intreast and rather you will feel like, I am not to be a programmer.it is not only I faced the issue, many of my friends felt same after they started reading this book.
the author has put a lot of theory in the book.simple things, which could be understood in a single or few lines have been extended from here and there to one or even more pages, which make the book boaring.
the book will take a lot of time to read it, and you will end up learning less than you possibaly would expect.
programming becames easy, if the things are explained with pictures, pictorial representation let us visualise things and we all know that visualing things is the better way to learn things in an efficient way.the author of this book has hardly put any picture to explain things
I later avoided to read this book, and started reading "head first programming"which provides a basic concept of programming in general using python.
trust me this book was so useful for me that I can't even express by my words.
reading this book was fun.so I will suggest this book instead of "let us c ". This book(head first programming)uses a lot of pictures, and you will finish this book in less time, and you will end up learning a lot of things about programming