lend me a hand please...

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    Lightbulb lend me a hand please...

    first of all, i would like to say thank you......
    for spending some time for looking at my posting....
    i would like to request some help from my fellow friends...
    i would like to improved and deepened my knowledge on c programming...
    could u all give me a working programme, medium sized and not to advance to learn from..i want to know how the programme work(by myself) and what the code function perform.because most of the programme i got from c books could'nt run because of too many errors...or is is my fault ?thanks...

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    Have you looked into the source code on the main www.cprogramming.com page. The tutorial is really good as well, as there is a list with examples/explanations for a lot of common functions.

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    >because most of the programme i got from c books could'nt run because of too many errors...
    Fixing such errors is far more conductive to learning than just staring at a working program (when you are first learning that is). Later on you will find that reading the source code of a more experienced programmer is an enlightening experience. Try to fix the errors on your own and if they turn out to be too much for you ask us and we will give detailed explanations as to how they can be fixed and what caused them.

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    I agree with prelude ..Try correcting codes ...when i am at school i search for past codes done by students on the computer and find mistakes and correct them ...its a very good way to [ractice ..Well if u are looking for good book ...check for
    C How to programm 3/e by deitel ..its a bit expensive but worth it .....
    Why type of book do u have ...mgith be its a very old book using k&r c instead of ansi c ... well i have a ****ty book like that type and learn by Tom Swan ..
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    Originally posted by datainjector
    Try correcting
    i spend more time doing that than actual coding.

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    >i spend more time doing that than actual coding.
    Get used to it, most of my time is spent maintaining current programs, not creating new ones.

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