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where's the start point??

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hi, all
i have some big problem in my mind. i lost the right way, or maybe
never find it.
i don't understand where's the first question in programming.2 years
ago i started from c++ but one day i'd understood that c++ is only
platform, there's the basis? i think and suggest to study C
i have read K&R's white book, and another q neighboorhooded in my mind:
there's the way?
Algorithms and datastructures, automates etc... discrete maths, Mr
Knuth's TAOP.
linux, gcc, vim.
i thought that i mazed...
there is the start point from which i could reach understanding the C?

need help

best regards, cin

Dec 25 '05 #1
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how to get the expirience in C

Dec 25 '05 #2

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ash
just take a simple book of C and start .
C is just like a sea and first u have to touch water ,then try to swim.
i hope u understood
i give u a reference
www.kicit.com

"Let us C" is the starting book u should read.
u will love C

Dec 25 '05 #3

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thanx
who's the author(s) of this book??

so, i love C... i need to find somethings
route
root
generic

Dec 25 '05 #4

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google
Let us C 6th Edn. by Yashwant Kanetkar
isit?

Dec 25 '05 #5

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ash
the auther is yashwant kanitkar. if ur basic are clear there are other
books u can try
i give u list of same auther

1.Let us C (beginners )
2. C pearls
3. C projects
4. Exploring C
5. Working with c
6. Test ur C skills
7. Writing TSR`s through C
8.Graphics In C
and u r ready to jump in sea
hope it will help u

i m online, better to chat there
i m at yahoo messanger
ashish_mourya_21
or
as************@rediffmail.com

Dec 25 '05 #6

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unfortunately, i have access only for *\.google\.com
watch mail

Dec 25 '05 #7

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ash
ok i was trying to help u cin
i thought we can be friends we have same field of interest and
questionsin our mind

Dec 25 '05 #8

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a thousand thanks ;)

Dec 25 '05 #9

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_cin_ a écrit :
there is the start point from which i could reach understanding the C?


I guess you meant 'where'...

Read the K&R edition 2 and do all the exercices. Stick to standard C.

Here is also a good inline book:

http://publications.gbdirect.co.uk/c_book/

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Emmanuel Delahaye
Dec 25 '05 #10

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Emmanuel Delahaye wrote:
_cin_ a écrit :
there is the start point from which i could reach understanding the C?


I guess you meant 'where'...

Read the K&R edition 2 and do all the exercices. Stick to standard C.

Here is also a good inline book:

http://publications.gbdirect.co.uk/c_book/


I guess you meant 'online'...
;)

Dec 25 '05 #11

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santosh a écrit :
Here is also a good inline book:
I guess you meant 'online'...
;)


Yes !

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Emmanuel Delahaye
Dec 25 '05 #12

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ash wrote:
the auther is yashwant kanitkar. if ur basic are clear there are
other books u can tryi give u list of same auther

1.Let us C (beginners )
2. C pearls
3. C projects
4. Exploring C
5. Working with c
6. Test ur C skills
7. Writing TSR`s through C
8.Graphics In C
and u r ready to jump in sea
hope it will help u

i m online, better to chat there
i m at yahoo messanger
ashish_mourya_21
or
as************@rediffmail.com


We have two inconsiderate newbies treating this newsgroup as a
chatroom, unable to quote, spell, be on topic, and generally
creating a nuisance. Start by following the instructions below,
reading the C FAQ, and monitoring the newsgroup for at least a few
days before posting.

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Dec 26 '05 #13

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ash said:
just take a simple book of C and start .
C is just like a sea and first u have to touch water ,then try to swim.
From what I've seen of your code, you're not competent to offer advice on
how to learn C.
i give u a reference
www.[elided].com
That's not a reference. It's extremely unwelcome advertising.
"Let us C" is the starting book u should read.
No, it isn't.
u will love C


Not if he takes your advice. Please get a clue before trying to advise
people.

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Dec 26 '05 #14

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These link gives you a quick reference of function, this might help u
toooo.

http://www-ccs.ucsd.edu/c/

http://cermics.enpc.fr/~ts/C/FUNCTIO...ction.ref.html

Dec 26 '05 #15

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ash
if u can give something suggest to him

Dec 26 '05 #16

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ash wrote:
if u can give something suggest to him

yes I can suggest him to read my book "C Is Sea", Available in market.

Dec 26 '05 #17

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"Shabbir" <sh*************@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:11**********************@o13g2000cwo.googlegr oups.com...
ash wrote:
if u can give something suggest to him

yes I can suggest him to read my book "C Is Sea", Available in market.


Which market?
Dec 26 '05 #18

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"ash" <as************@rediffmail.com> writes:
if u can give something suggest to him


Please use proper capitalization (first word of each sentence, proper
nouns, the word "I") and punctuation. Please don't use silly
abbreviations like "u" for "you". Your English doesn't have to be
perfect, but some effort to make it legible would be greatly
appreciated.

Provide some context when you post a followup so it can be understood
by readers who haven't necessarily seen the previous article, or don't
have easy access to it. Google makes this gratuitously difficult, but
there is a workaround. See <http://cfaj.freeshell.org/google/> for
details. Please read that web page *before* you post here again.

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Dec 26 '05 #19

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ash wrote:
just take a simple book of C and start .
C is just like a sea and first u have to touch water ,then try to swim.
i hope u understood
i give u a reference
www.kicit.com

"Let us C" is the starting book u should read.
u will love C


2 y's u r
2 y's u b
i c u r
2 y's 4 me

Dec 26 '05 #20

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