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Subject: [linux-help] Re: C userroup.
From: Michael Moore <mrmoore@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 01 Feb 2002 17:39:29 -0600
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Yes, the C/C++ Users Journal:
has a lot of good information.  I subscribed to
their magazine back in 1995.  Its too bad I didn't even
know about Linux back then.  But, as I seem to recall
the magazine never mention anything about Linux.  I
hope they have changed in that respect now.  As I can
recall they just seem to push programming packages
that worked on windows; such as, Turbo C/C++ for Windows,
Microsoft Visual C/C++, Borland C++, etc.

Tom Hull wrote:

>Anne McCadden wrote:
>>Did you find out if there was a C user group?  Anne
>google search for: c user
>  C/C++ Users Group:
>also (from dmoz):
>  Association of C/C++ Users:
>  C/C++ Users Journal: /
>also, I've generally tried to answer C programming questions
>when they pop up on this list.
>>adithya wrote:
>>>Hi ,
>>>Hey does any one know about a good C user group?
>>>Thanks in advance.

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