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    A C Tutorial

    I will be writing a brief C tutorial either today or tomorrow over UNIX C Programming Basics. Is there anything anyone wants me to include, newbie C programmers only please.. as i am one as well?

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    being newbie in C programming,

    i expect C-programming stuffs from scratch (from 'Welcome world') , with sample codes.

    C Structures, file handling functions and network programming would be appriciatable



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    err...if i may ask why C and not C++? I mean they both start out the same way, but C++ is an object oriented programming language. Why not just teach C++?
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    Hmmm. I'd like to see a very good C tutorial explaining into depth on how to use the code being taught in examples, except, keep it away from the typical temperature calculator type stuff. I find that too often in too many C tutorials.
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    Originally posted here by White_Eskimo
    err...if i may ask why C and not C++? I mean they both start out the same way, but C++ is an object oriented programming language. Why not just teach C++?
    because C is better for linux kernel modular programming, which i am getting into. And just because C++ is better, doesnt mean C doesnt have its own uses.

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    You could try including plain english descriptions of expressions, operators, assignments, variables (local, global, parameters), keywords and so on...

    Im a complete C newbie too, so looking forward to reading this.

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    Damd.. I thought that the Tut was for AC... (that is Alternating Current)..

    I need new glasses..

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    And just because C++ is better, doesnt mean C doesnt have its own uses
    Very true
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    Some basic stuff on pointers and arrays would be very nice..I for one find those very confusing.

    by basic, i dont mean i assume you wouldnt include info on that..I mean, like..try to make it really simple for people?

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    Can you include some network programming stuff?

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