I have a copy of a spiral-bound booklet with yellow covers called "The C
Programmer's Reference" by Morris I. Bolsky of the Systems Training
Center, AT&T Bell Laboratories, (C) 1985. A curious little snapshot of
1980s pre-ANSI C.
I posted a picture of the front cover (with table of contents) at
I think I rescued it from the office clear-out in 2013 when Cambridge
University Computing Service moved out of the old city-centre offices. I
probably picked it up from a stack of old books that were to be chucked;
wherever I found it, I can't remember who it belonged to. And now I no
longer work for the University, it has come home with me.
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Southwest Forties, Cromarty, Forth, Tyne, Dogger: Southerly or
southeasterly, backing easterly or northeasterly later, 4 to 6,
becoming variable 3 for a time in Cromarty and Forth. Moderate,
occasionally rough at first in southwest Forties, Cromarty and Dogger.
Rain or showers, fog patches developing. Moderate or good,
occasionally very poor.