[Cialug] Learning the 'C' language
Nathan C. Smith
smith at ipmvs.com
Tue Oct 11 21:46:48 CDT 2005
For programming. I could get what I need from a book, but I need an
instructor to help me stay on task. I have the K&R book.
I know a smattering of other things. All languages have similarities in
program flow and branching. A review of basic syntax and variable-types
then a dive into 'C' uniqueness and data structures would suit me best.
Linked lists, pointers hash tables, hmm starting to sound like a data
What I would be even more interested in is the environment around C in
Linux. GCC and make and the C libraries. ... The stuff you need to know
to contribute to a project. Malloc, threading.
From: Morris Dovey [mailto:mrdovey at iedu.com]
Sent: Tuesday, October 11, 2005 9:16 PM
To: Central Iowa Linux Users Group
Subject: Re: [Cialug] Learning the 'C' language
| Anybody know of a good place locally (DSM Metro) to learn 'C'?
| Really just plain C, but maybe C++ if that's all there is.
Do you want to learn C for credits or programming?
What other programming languages do you know?
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