Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Basic Data Types and Operators
Chapter 3: Statements and Control Flow
Chapter 4: More about Declarations (and Initialization)
Chapter 5: Functions and Program Structure
Chapter 6: Basic I/O
Chapter 7: More Operators
Chapter 8: Strings
Chapter 9: The C Preprocessor
Chapter 10: Pointers
Chapter 11: Memory Allocation
Chapter 12: Input and Output
Chapter 13: Reading the Command Line
Chapter 14: What's Next?
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