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I want to learn C!

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Ok, I've looked at several bookstores, but I've yet to find what I'm lokoing for. Isn't there a Beginner's Guide to C out there somewhere? I'm very interested in learning the language but I don't know where to start, where should I start?
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C or C++ ??? This is the C++ topic area which makes the question a bit confusing.
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Ok, I'm sorry, I should have been more specific. I meant C++. Oops.
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following are very popular(rather helpful)books for biginers
 1> Let us C by
    y.p.kanetkar
 2> complit reference by herbert schild
 3> mastering C by kelly bootly
    these are very easy to understand & 
   helpful books for beginers.
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