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    Intermediate C programming

    Hey Guys
    I have just finished the C programming language book and I rely want to expand my knowledge on C so I can create Better and more exiting real world programs please i don't know where to go to from here I tried looking at projects on source forge but i don't even understand the functions and the header files used in some because it is not well commented and also if there is a tutorial i can use to learn header files i will be very much appreciate it.
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    For header files, start here -> FAQ > Multiple source files for one program (C++ example) - Cprogramming.com

    For exercises, just google "programming contests", and you'll find many sites with 1000's of problems (for all skill levels) to solve, which will really exercise your skills.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Acho Arnold View Post
    Hey Guys
    I have just finished the C programming language book and I rely want to expand my knowledge on C so I can create Better and more exiting real world programs please i don't know where to go to from here I tried looking at projects on source forge but i don't even understand the functions and the header files used in some because it is not well commented and also if there is a tutorial i can use to learn header files i will be very much appreciate it.
    Thanks
    I wrote Basic Algorithms for exactly this situation. It's meant to be a second book of C, the book to read once you've worked through a primer.
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    Salem once suggested I get the book "C Unleashed" - Now I recommend it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Click_here View Post
    Salem once suggested I get the book "C Unleashed" - Now I recommend it.
    Yes, C Unleashed is very similar. The main difference is that it was written by a group of people, all of whom contributed one chapter or so.
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    Have you gone through the entire reference and done the exercises? Header files are explained in section 4.5 of K&R2.

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