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Subject: Re: [aclug-L] c tutorials
From: John Goerzen <jgoerzen@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 14 Oct 1998 07:58:03 -0500
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Anything covering ANSI C should be applicable to Linux.  We can help
you with the compilers and editors if need be, but the programs
themselves should be identical.  What you want to avoid is "Turbo C
programming" books since these would be specific to a particular
platform (DOS/Windows).

I've also seen these "Teach Yourself C in 21 Days" books.  They seem
to be loaded with inaccuracies, so I'd recommend against them.

O'Reilly has a good track record of quality books; check

I am not aware of any good online C tutorials, but it has been years
since I've looked for something like that, so maybe they are there.
The downside is that current search engines make it very difficult to
search for "C tutorial" since the letter "C" occurs in quite a few


phrostie <phrostie@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

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> does any one know of a page that has good tutorials for C in linux.
> the last code i wrote was some fortran fifteen years ago.
> i'd like to start tinkering again.
> --
> phrostie@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Oh I've slipped the surly bonds of dos
> and danced the skies on LINUX silvered wings.
> [2  <text/html; us-ascii (7bit)>]

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