C Book Recommendation

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Hi guys,

i'm new to programming and before i attempted to avr anything i finished a book on c programming. It's called Programming in C by Steve Kochan. I don't think this book is too popular, but for me it was such a pleasure to read. Everything is explained in detail, the guy is an amazing writer.

He has another book on objective c for the mac and i'm tempted to learn it because of how easy he makes it.

my .02

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Give AVRfreaks member 'stu_san' a heads-up (a PM perhaps?) and he might add it to his "Newbie - Start here!" sticky post.

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Or add this to the sticky "C/electronics books" thread at the top of AVR forum (which is where I'm going to move this as avrfreaks.net is not the right forum - though I guess AVR Forum isn't exactly right either).