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    any proposal of any book for C that includes more advanced learning? specificly: analizing some input/output commands, hardware commands, network commands. (currently owning "the C programming language" of Kernighan and Richie and im more than familiar with the content of the this book)

    if possible im looking only for books, and not sites.

    [i know that this post belongs to the programming section, but still have no privillinges]

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    I swear by "The Complete Reference" series of books, I have the fourth edition C one (Schildt) which I still refer to even now.

    Otherwise I'd push you towards specified books - i.e. advanced GTK manuals and the like.

    Networking tends to be different depending on your OS, but I recommend UNIX Network Programming (Vol 1 & 2) for Sockets and IPC. Coupled with "beej's guide to network programming", I only need to reference other documents when I'm working with OpenSSL or more advanced IKE interfaces.

    Other than that, see what everyone else recommends!
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    thanks, i will search about the documentation that you were able to provide

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