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405 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-6981 20:54

If you can figure out what x = x + 1 might do, then The C Programming Language should be easy enough for you to understand. It's very clearly written and straightforward (there's a reason no other C books have overtaken it), but it isn't particularly fun unless you enjoy relatively ``low-level'' programming.
Frankly, you really don't need a lot of mathematics knowledge to be a programmer. You might have to know certain things for certain tasks (e.g. geometry and vectors for graphics and games programming) but you can safely get away with basic algebra, arithmetic, and an understanding of what particular algorithms do (even if you're cloudy on exactly how they do it).

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