> > Apart from the online books mentioned by David, you should certainly
> > have a look at some books on C and C++ Programming, Programming in a
> > UN*X, TCP/IP networking, Operating Systems in general (I have some books
> > in mind, but need to look up the exact references - maybe someone else
> > can fill this gap?)
> 1. W. Richard Stevens - "Advanced Programming in the UNIX Environment"

For absolute beginners, "Programming in C" (2nd ed. covers ANSI C)
by Brian Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie is required reading...


See also: "The C Answer Book" by Tondo and Gimpel, which contains
the solutions to the K&Rv2 exercises.

Other resources:

Cordula's Web. http://www.cordula.ws/

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