C tutorials for beginners

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    Hi everyone! I've opened this thread so that we will be able to post useful tutorials and tips for the beginners with no background in programming a computer. Two of the must useful tutorials for beginners that I've found so far are:
    C Tutorial - The C Programming Language for Beginners
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    How to Create a First C Program on Linux
    Hope to see other links soon!

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    along these lines i think it would be good if threads were rated so that it could be used as a search filter, thus if a beginner searches for say -arrays- then they can also flag -beginner- and get more useful results and less of the potentially mind frying ones
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    Also it would seem fitting to mention cprogramming.com since this is the sister forum.
    Cprogramming.com - Programming Tutorials: C++ Made Easy and C Made Easy
    Cprogramming.com: Code Journal

    On a slightly unrelated note I think it would be neat to have a board for posting tutorials and tricks and the like. I'm sure you've had a few "aha" moments, as I have, but there's not really a good place to put them. Or maybe you started using a new library and you finally worked through the semantics without a good introduction and you want to write one of your own. I don't know, I think there might be a potential - maybe we could use the FAQ board?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bernt View Post
    Also it would seem fitting to mention cprogramming.com since this is the sister forum.
    Cprogramming.com - Programming Tutorials: C++ Made Easy and C Made Easy
    Cprogramming.com: Code Journal

    On a slightly unrelated note I think it would be neat to have a board for posting tutorials and tricks and the like. I'm sure you've had a few "aha" moments, as I have, but there's not really a good place to put them. Or maybe you started using a new library and you finally worked through the semantics without a good introduction and you want to write one of your own. I don't know, I think there might be a potential - maybe we could use the FAQ board?
    That's a good idea.

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    You can use the cpwiki. Make a dedicated page for tutorials.
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