This book is designed to be used as a quick introduction to C for programmers already familiar with Java. It is not a replacement for a reference book on C, but is instead a supplement. For the programmer already familiar with Java, the typical book on C requires the reader to wade through many details of already-familiar material. In this book, we quickly present the main concepts needed to begin writing serious programs in C, highlighting the differences between C and Java. In general we follow the Java code conventions but only two spaces are used as the unit of indentation and braces are not used around single statements as part of a control structure.
2 Passing Parameters To Functions
5 Structured Data Types
6 File I / 0 And Multiple Source Files