October 21st, 2004, 12:18 PM
thanks for the tip.
Originally posted here by AbhishekD
The difference between them is that the visual compiler lets u create windows based applications easily while the borland compiler creates dos based applications.
A very good book " Let Us C " by an indian author Yashwant Kanitkar can be helpful or any basic C title by famous author Robert Lafore is good for a start.
well anyway i tried this two but I think
using Visual C++ is good but I think borland is a good one two
but visual is still the best for me.
well anyway any more tips in using this visual C guys
I need more a tips so I can have a confident in the line
of progarmming ... dont you worry guys if that comes Ill
help others as you help, me guys.
October 21st, 2004, 01:10 PM
"A Book on C" by Ira Pohl and Al Kelley is a realy good book, if you'd ask me..
I'd advice to stay away from VisualC++'s MFC's .. they'll harm your mental workings..
And might make you think all C++ program code sucks as much as the MFC based ones do..
(Same can be said for Borlands VCL btw..)
gcc is the real mans C compiler..
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November 2nd, 2004, 06:36 PM
well the only sites i know are mentioned here
but i have an advise :
open the C libraries such as stdlib.h and stdio.h, conio.h ...
and read the functions inside and learn how to use them
thats how i gained my experience in C
November 2nd, 2004, 06:40 PM
yeh and as the_JinX said stay away from MFC they are useless learn using API in C and you will do fine
tell you the truth C is a hard language to start with, but i learned it first by mistake !!!
if you want you can start with PERL then move to C ,
PERL will make programming easier for you in C believe me i tried ...
November 2nd, 2004, 09:02 PM
Did someone say perl? haha
It depends, I am a big advocate of learning perl. I love the language, but it is not always best to learn it.
I say if you are going to do C, learn C, and then learn perl, you will appreciate it more.
Oh and Dia_Byte, it is not PERL, it is Perl, or perl.
November 3rd, 2004, 06:23 AM
thank you guys
any more suggestions !!!!!
Im already starting out some few basics notes... here