C online tutorials and literature

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    C online tutorials and literature

    What are some good online tutorials/lit. for someone that needs a good primer/intro/boot camp for C. I have a course in C programming next semester and want to get ahead of the game. Thanx

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    Naturally I didn't feel inspired enough to read all the links for you, since I already slaved away for long hours under a blistering sun pressing the search button after typing four whole words! - Quzah

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    C++ tutorials, OpenGL with C++ tutorials, Standard Template Library (STL) tutorials, articles on programming and computer science, as well as Denthor of Asphyxia's graphics tutorials converted to C++. Please email me with corrections or submissions to this page. Would you like to use these tutorials on your site? Information for those of you having trouble keeping your program open.
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    Well its a bit of work to find what you are after - I guess a good place to start would be to click here:

    google search

    I have not found a good solid tutorial yet - what I mean by that is that I have not found one that is stand-alone. I have had to refer to bits and pieces from here and there, as well as my K&R which sits on my desk. Here are a couple of other links to get you started:




    This should get you started anyway. I am not sure that there is any info on how to compile your program, or even how to get it into a text editor and then save it, so you may have to do a little more searching for that sort of thing yourself.

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    The C Programming Language from Kernighan and Ritchie is good for learning C. Ritchie has a website, it contains some nice things about C: http://www.cs.bell-labs.com/who/dmr/.

    Also you might visit your library and see if they have the book you'll need next semester and read a bit in it.

    Here's another introduction to C.
    http://www.cs.ntu.edu.au/sit/resourc...am/default.htm

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