nick87720z at xxxxx
Thu Dec 30 08:42:48 UTC 2021
The main problem for newcomer with K&R C tutorial may be not even
learning style, but language version it uses. It uses so-called old C
language version - first version existed, requires special gcc option
to enable. In particular, this version permits such old style of
int main (argc, argv)
char ** argv;
as well as main function format:
I first was serious to try learning C programing starting with 2003 or
2004, at that time I was under windows. They gave me right this among
others (another was Introduction to C++ html book). So, I had to
improvise while reading that book, because whatever language was in use
by compiler, when I got it (I used either borland or visual studio) -
used newer, more standartized language version (I guess, at least C89,
if not C99, should be least supported by them).
In Wed, 29 Dec 2021 11:57:22 +0530
geuristic <geuristic at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone, I am geuristic. I'm a university student (Computer
> Science and Engineering) in my first semester and I know the basics of
> programming (almost everything on a conceptual level except OOPS).
> I am currently programming in Java (I haven't built any actual
> apps/programs yet) and have heard that C / C++ are actually really
> close to the system; so they give the programmer a more granular
> control (like garbage collection, memory allocation, etc.).
> Please point me to learning resources (perhaps the ones the developers
> used) to get me up to the mark of contributing towards geany?
> The resources I know about: Ritchie-Kernighan book on C (not good for
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