Any Good Websites For C???

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    Any Good Websites For C???

    Any Good Websites For C source ant tutorials???
    (besides Programmers heaven and Cprogramming AND www.c-for-dummies.com)

    PLEASE HELP ME OUT!!!!!

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    I don't know about you, but personally there is no subtitute for the book!

    How can you learn a language in front of a computer moniter?

    My suggestion: Get all the books you can and try to read all of them!

    Some good titles are:

    "C: A Software Engineering Approach"
    by Peter A. Darnell && Philip E. Margolis
    --Old(1988) but good book.

    "Visual C++ 5: The Complete Reference"
    by Chris H. Pappas & William H. Murray, III
    --I know, I know, sounds compiler AND language specific(C++),
    but it's actually not.

    (Some people are going to freak when I say this but...)
    Any book by Herb Schildt
    --Herb writes some of the most readable books around. Not one to dive off into a sea of theory and digressions, he gets right to the point and always gives lots of working examples. Many titles available.

    Finally, don't just restrict yourself to only reading C books. Many great programming books are in C++, Fortran, etc, and it would be a shame to pass them up simply because of "the language barrier". After all it is just as much the ideas of programming as it is the core functions that we use everyday that help us to be more effective coders.
    Code:
    bool fun(bool value)
    {
        return std::pow(std::exp(1), std::complex<float>(0, 1) 
        * std::complex<float>(std::atan(1)*(1 << (value + 2))))
        .real() > 0;
    }

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    There was this book I rented from the library once, it was huge. I think it was called the "Microsoft C Bible" or something. I was one of the GREATEST references I had EVER read. too bad I had to return it and all...

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    Hi
    Try this site lote of links to tuts and recommended books

    http://www.cyberdiem.com/vin/learn.html


    sall

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    Go with a book. The C language is too large and complex for a website. If you were to have an extensive web site on C, it would take hours to download...with a cable modem. Just a slight analogy. Get a couple of books.

    --Garfield
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