Michael Bevilacqua-Linn wrote:
> Programming From The Ground Up - An Introduction to Programming using Linux
> Assembly Language is quite good.
>
> But if you're looking to start programming in C, why not just start
> programming in C?
>
> I've always liked the O'Reilly Practical C book and, of course, The C
> Programming Language (K&R) is a classic and well worth the read.  And I seem
> to have lost my copy :-/
>
> MBL
>   

IMHO, the Waite Group's "New C Primer Plus" does quite an excellent job 
of taking you into C from nowhere.  It's perhaps not the best book (I 
haven't read Practical C) but it was one of the early books I read and 
I've been quite impressed right since then.

Cheers,
Mohit.
10/2/2007 | 3:45 PM.