C in a Nutshell (2nd Edition) by Peter Prinz, Tony Crawford

By Peter Prinz, Tony Crawford

The hot variation of this vintage O'Reilly reference offers transparent, precise factors of each characteristic within the c program languageperiod and runtime library, together with multithreading, type-generic macros, and library capabilities which are new within the 2011 C common (C11). that will comprehend the consequences of an unexpected functionality, and the way the traditional library calls for it to act, you'll locate it right here, in addition to a customary example.

Ideal for knowledgeable C and C++ programmers, this booklet additionally comprises well known instruments within the GNU software program assortment. You'll tips on how to construct C courses with GNU Make, bring together executable courses from C resource code, and try and debug your courses with the GNU debugger.

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The Unicode types char16_t and char32_t, and the corresponding conversion functions, were introduced in the C11 standard. Characters of the type char16_t are encoded in UTF-16 if the macro __STDC_UTF_16__ is defined in the given imple‐ mentation. Similarly, characters of the type char32_t are encoded in UTF-32 if the implementation defines the macro __STDC_UTF_32__. info | 43 Literals In a program that uses characters that are not representable in a single byte, you can use wide-character constants.

Decimal Floating-Point Constants An ordinary floating-point constant consists of a sequence of decimal digits con‐ taining a decimal point. You may also multiply the value by a power of 10, as in sci‐ entific notation: the power of 10 is represented simply by an exponent, introduced by the letter e or E. A floating-point constant that contains an exponent does not need to have a decimal point. Table 3-2 gives a few examples of decimal floatingpoint constants. info Table 3-2. 0 × 10−12 The decimal point can also be the first or last character.

However, there is a conventional keyword order, which we use in this book. Integer Types There are five signed integer types. Most of these types can be designated by several synonyms, which are listed in Table 2-1. info Table 2-1. Standard signed integer types Type Synonyms signed char signed, signed int short short int, signed short, signed short int long long int, signed long, signed long int Types int long long (C99) long long int, signed long long, signed long long int For each of the five signed integer types in Table 2-1, there is also a corresponding unsigned type that occupies the same amount of memory, with the same alignment.

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