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This page lists my favorite links having to do with C programming. If you know of a link that I should add to this page, please email me.

alt.comp.lang.learn.c-c++ — A Usenet newsgroup for C and C++ beginners.
alt.comp.lang.learn.c-c++ FAQ — Frequently asked questions from the alt.comp.lang.learn.c-c++ newsgroup.
ANSI Electronic Standards Store — Follow this link to download the C99 standard (INCITS/ISO/IEC 9899-1999) in PDF form; the cost is $18.00. And don't forget to download Technical Corrigendum 1 (a set of corrections to the standard), which is free.
C/C++ User's Journal — A print-based magazine for C and C++ programmers, with some of the magazine's content available at the web site.
comp.lang.c — A Usenet newsgroup devoted to the discussion of the C language.
comp.lang.c FAQ — Steve Summit's FAQ list for the comp.lang.c newsgroup is a must-read for any C programmer. A more recent (albeit non-hypertext) version can be found here. A longer version was published in book form as C Programming FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions, which I strongly recommend that you purchase.
comp.std.c — A Usenet newsgroup devoted to the discussion of the C standard.
Dennis Ritchie — The web site of Dennis Ritchie, the designer of C, is a rich source of information about the language and its history.
Dinkumware — Dinkumware is owned by P. J. Plauger, the acknowledged master of the C and C++ standard libraries. At this web site, you'll find a C library reference in HTML form, among other things.
International Obfuscated C Code Contest — Home of an annual contest in which contestants vie to see who can write the most obscure C programs. — Job listings for C and C++ programmers.
Lysator — A collection of links to C-related web sites maintained by Lysator, an academic computer society located at Sweden's Linköping University.
Rationale for the C99 Standard — A PDF document that explains the reasons for the changes made in the C99 standard.

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