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    Where to find projects to work on?

    Where can i find open source projects written in C to work on?

    Is doing a linux from scratch a good exercise does it need programming?

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    Only you can answer that question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariostg View Post
    I wonder if learning ncurses at the same time as learning C is distracting you from learning C?

    I am beginning to learn C, and I had thought about learning ncurses or GTK(graphical interface), but am sticking to simple console apps for now so that I can focus on C only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cfanatic View Post
    I am beginning to learn C, and I had thought about learning ncurses or GTK(graphical interface), but am sticking to simple console apps for now so that I can focus on C only.
    Don't bother with GUIs now.
    Wait until you think you know a lot about the language and have a firm grasp on the logic.
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