View Full Version : Anyone a C# tutor ??

05-21-2009, 04:26 AM
Hello Everybody ,,, !

I am a noobie in C programming ,,, !
I only know baby basic knowledge of this High Level Language ,,, !

And my exams are on june ,,, next month ,,, ! i'm kinda tense about it ,,, !

It seems impossible for me to mug all about C from text books before its exams as I also have other subjects to prepare ,,, !

Guys ,,, you know reading from text book and then thinking about 'how' those function works ,,, takes kinda a long time ,,, ? Cuz my text books are like that ,,, it always hints me ,,, and tells 'why' and 'how' ,,, that baaad ,,, !!

Hence ,,, I'm looking for a good C knowledge teacher to tutor me whenever I have such a doubts C ,,, !

Kindly private message me your ID if you are interested to teach me all about C before 20th June ,,, !

Thanks ,,, !

05-21-2009, 04:37 AM
I don't think you're going to get much luck here. And you're not going to learn all about C by 20th June.

To be frank, Frank, you should spend more time actually learning the subject you are studying instead of huffing commas. Your best bet right now is to work out what language it is you are supposed to be learning and spend the next month working through the books.

If you're stuck on an something then I'm sure you would get some help with it if you posted the issue.

05-21-2009, 05:13 AM
yea ,,, I would seek the help if I have DOUBTS ,,, !

What I meant is I would like to add a C programmer to get the immediate help whenever I have doubts in C programming instead of waiting to get the post replies ,,, you know ,,, !

05-21-2009, 05:25 AM
Well, replies are very quick here, usually.

A few tips for your exams:
* Cut back on your usage of commas
* Study :)

Why did you ask for a C# tutor if you meant C? You're aware that they're different? :)

05-21-2009, 05:30 AM
teach me all about C before 20th June ,,, !

Thanks ,,, !

I'm trying to overcome the temptation to put this quote in my signature.


05-21-2009, 05:48 AM
Cut back on your usage of commas
Fine, no more comma usage (I wonder if it helped me now in my studies ?). jk ! =D

Of course I am studying right now ! Programming C on turbo ;)

Why did you ask for a C# tutor if you meant C? You're aware that they're different?
Aw, sorry ! Are they different ? I didn't know that ! =\

I'm trying to overcome the temptation to put this quote in my signature.
No thanks, it's ok ! This tread would do ! :)

05-21-2009, 07:00 AM
You may find this information relevant to you:

Is it too late to cram for that big exam? (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/8059860.stm)

Some tips on effective learning (not specifically programming).

05-21-2009, 09:34 AM
I learned C# from F1.

05-21-2009, 06:07 PM
Car racing taught you C#??? ;)

Programming C on turbo

Party like it's 1989, dude!

05-22-2009, 06:56 AM
Party like it's 1989, dude!
Yea I know it's the oldest ide complier.
Can you please suggest me a good compiler that runs on vista (beacuse you know DOS apps can't run as full screen on vista) ?

And BuzzBuzz, thanks for that link ! It's helpful !

05-22-2009, 07:06 AM
MS route -
Visual Studio (the Express edition is free as in beer)

GNU (gcc + gdb + gprof...) route -
Code::Blocks, Dev-C++, Eclipse (all free and open source)

Advantages of the MS route -
IDE is reportedly the best of the bunch
More "native" feel, since Windows is a secondary target of GNU toolchain. Better integration with Windows.

Advantages of the GNU route -
Free and open source
will always be free (MS can decide to make VS cost as much as they want any time, though realistically, I doubt they will)
Portable (write-once-compile-everywhere), since GCC is available for just about all OSes and architectures under the sun
More frequently updated (a few times a year, vs VS's once a few years)
You get a "complete" package (VS Express leaves out a few things)

IMHO, it essentially boils down to, do you want your program to potentially be run on OSes other than Windows? If yes, go with GCC, otherwise VS.
Yes, I know that theoretically, as long as your program is standard C++, it should work on all implementations. Practically, though, that's never the case for larger projects.

05-27-2009, 02:39 AM
Ahem, I mean C compiler ?

05-27-2009, 02:52 AM
All of the suggested compilers are both C and C++ - just name the file as myfile.c and it compiles as C, call it myfile.cpp or similar, and it compiles as C++. [Unless you specifically work at subverting this behaviour, as both gcc and MS compilers have switches that allow you to force the compiler to compile the code as C++ rather than C or vice versa].