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    Great websites for C

    Other then this awsome site for C, where else can I find a detailed explanations of C with code also on the site. In the self learning universe you find yourself in the same pitfalls and instead of just asking question on these wonderful forums I would prefer to read and then ask questions later. Thanks for your time.

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    Google is a good website for learning just about everything.
    Teacher: "You connect with Internet Explorer, but what is your browser? You know, Yahoo, Webcrawler...?" It's great to see the educational system moving in the right direction

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    Sorry but I am not one to like looking for educational objects on google, I prefer to go on recomendation of other programers. Thats how I found this site, and you have to figure that someone would not just recomend any site. To quote my global teacher "Google and 98% of the internet is for porn".

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    Well I guess that just goes to show you how stupid your "global teacher" is.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KoG Metalgod
    "Google and 98% of the internet is for porn".
    Great ! Then that means that your search for good C websites is limited to only 2% of the internet ! Doesn't that greatly improve your search ?
    Teacher: "You connect with Internet Explorer, but what is your browser? You know, Yahoo, Webcrawler...?" It's great to see the educational system moving in the right direction

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    that goes for people with a great lack of interest in things. I guess your global teacher is one of them!

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    Don't use global teachers.

    No wait, that's variables isn't it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salem
    Don't use global teachers.

    No wait, that's variables isn't it?
    Yes, that's variables, however it doesn't change the fact that his global teacher is clearly out of scope with reality.
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    maybe he wuz just exaggerating?
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    lol I love how I can have more then a handful of people respond to the thread yet none has posted one site. Talking about screaming your name for just the fun of it lol.

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    I believe Google was already mentionned. Oh right, you only take "programmers" suggestions as far as what programming websites to go to. Well, in that case, it's pretty clear now that every programmer who has seen this thread believes that google is the place to go. No one has suggested otherwise. I mean, what more do you want from us ?
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    http://cppreference.com
    http://cplusplus.com

    Anything you can find on one site you can find on another. These are reference sites, so they're very straight forward and don't try to explain anything to you. If you want explainations on things, then use this website or this forum.
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    www.wikipedia.org is up there with google.

    Here's the wikibook on C:
    http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/C_Programming
    However, it's not really organized in a manner suitable for beginners (for example, it talks about error handling for malloc, before explaining how to declare a variable). Just read the tutorials on the site here first, if you haven't already done so.
    Also, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Categor...mming_language is good references, especially the C Syntax section.

    Another free Book: http://publications.gbdirect.co.uk/c_book/
    Don't read this as your sole reference, because it doesn't cover the latest C standard.

    This one is short and to the point:
    http://vergil.chemistry.gatech.edu/r...orial/toc.html

    You can start off with just about any tutorial you like; when something is not clear, just google that topic. Just avoid getting all your knowledge from a single source. You should also download the C Standard working paper.

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    Wow! Where did you find all those links. . . lemme guess:

    GOOGLE!!!

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