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nitrofurano
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C tutorials needed

Post by nitrofurano »

hi!

i'm another one started to get the first 'hello-world' console examples (after 15 years trying) whith the appearing of MinGW (i'm no way interested on MSVC (never was and never will) )

since i learned with considerable speed and get good learning feedback from interpreters like Amos (AmigaOS), wxBasic and sdlBasic - i'm not having the same speed of learning with C and C++

speaking from all newbies don't know C and are interested to contribute with C code, i'd ask if someone know good C tutorials and a good pool of compilable examples (hundreds preferable)

about C tutorials, i'm not saying about that abissal ones, making us loosing time with stupid and useless stuff (without explaining its logics) and suddenly falls into a deep and ununderstandable stuff

if anyone can help this topic, be welcome!
Gedi

Post by Gedi »

http://www.cprogramming.com is a great resource.
Their forums http://cboard.cprogramming.com offer a wealth of knowledge.


When you say tutorials, do you want online stuff or books?
nitrofurano
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Post by nitrofurano »

thanks!
When you say tutorials, do you want online stuff or books?
both!
Poss
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Post by Poss »

Some good sites for C:

www.cppreference.com -- some API functions and usage
ftp://ftp.cs.virginia.edu/pub/lcc-win32/tutorial.pdf -- a pretty good C tutorial that comes with LCC compiler .
Gedi

Post by Gedi »

I bought 'The C programming Lanuage' and I don't think I'll ever need another book on C. It's perfect.
I wish there was a similar book back when I was learning C++. I had about 5 books for that.
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