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How Stuff Works: C Programming Language
- Complete, thoroughly-illustrated C programming language tutorial with many examples to assist in becoming a C programmer.
Advice and Warning for C
- A mature C/C++ tutorial, designed to improve your knowledge of the language itself.
AOLserver C Developer's Guide
- Guide with examples.
- Includes a collection of links to various FAQs as well as who maintains them.
C for C++ Programmers
- By Ian Cooke. Highlights the differences with C++ including comments, input/output, memory allocation, variable declarations, constants, structures, booleans, libraries and suggested reading.
C for the Mentally Derranged
- Easy to understand C tutorials for absolute beginners.
The C Library Reference Guide
- Complete reference to the ANSI C language.
- A tutorial that starts with the very basic and ends with the very complex.
C Programming Notes
- Covers the basics of input/output, string functions and explanations of basic data types and operators.
- A weblog containing daily lessons for programming with Visual Studio, using the C language.
- Links to online tutorials.
comp.lang.c Frequently Asked Questions
- An HTML version of the Usenet comp.lang.c collection of questions, together with presumably definitive answers.
Drexel University C Tutorial
- A beginner level tutorial for C that aims at getting a reader new to C started as quickly as possible.
- Frequently Asked Questions.
FriedSpace C Programming Tutorial
- Series of detailed tutorials for beginners in C, based around real world programming examples. Keyed to Pelles C.
The GNU C Programming Tutorial
- Detailed coverage of each of the main elements of the C language and how to program in C, with special emphasis on the GNU/Linux compiler and associated toolset.
The Ground Cero Guide to C
- Attempts to introduce absolute beginners to C.
John McGuinn's C Programming Tutorial
- A basic tutorial in using the C programming language.
A Little C Primer
- Quick introduction, written by a novice, intended for use by novices, but assumes familiarity with a programming language. By Greg Goebel. Public domain.
- Programming resources for C/C++/C#. Provides tutorials, articles, source code, utilities, books and free magazines.
Phil's C Course
- Phil Ottewell's C programming course.
Programming in C: UNIX System Calls and Subroutines using C
- Lecture notes with integrated exercises, solutions and marking By A. D. Marshall.
Static and Dynamic Allocation of Multi-Dimensional Arrays
- A discussion of how static and dynamic multidimensional arrays are allocated in C.
The Ten Commandments for C Programmers
- C programming guidelines, with a humorous presentation, yet very true and useful. By Henry Spencer.
Tips on C Programming
- An idiosyncratic collection of advice on how to write C when developing large programs.
Tutorial: Pointers and Arrays
- A tutorial on pointers and arrays in the C programming language by Ted Jensen.
Windows Programming Tutorial with C
- A tutorial on Win32 programming with C, for beginners.
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