[Noisebridge-discuss] Recommendations for learning C?

Robert Chu robertayoungchu at gmail.com
Thu Mar 8 12:03:46 PST 2012


Thank you all for recommendations so far.

Daravine: if I could borrow *The C Programming Language, 2nd Edition, by
Kernighan and Ritchie.* That would be wonderful.

Andy: Thank you for the recommendations.

Jim: I am looking into coming in on Tuesdays to attend the C class.


Thanks for all the given and upcoming recommendations
Cheers
Rayc

On Thu, Mar 8, 2012 at 11:52 AM, jim <jim at systemateka.com> wrote:

>
>    Why don't you come by the Turing classroom at 6 PM
> some Tuesday evening. That place/time is scheduled for
> C programming (and assembler, per interest) on Linux.
>
>    As to books, that depends on your experience. If you
> have little or no programming experience, then Stephen
> Kochan's ANSI C is probably the best book--it is not
> complete but it's a really well written intro to the
> language. Also Steven Prata (C Primer Plus) and Robert
> LaFore (I forget the title) have very good books for
> people just getting into C.
>
>    One of the best books for those who are serious was
> put out by MIX publishing. It claims it's written for
> intermediate level students, but those must be some smart
> and/or determined intermediates. It's divided into two
> sections, tutorials and reference. Both sections have
> lots and lots of examples, and to have example code for
> each library function is rare in a book.
>    I donated a couple of copies to the library. I'm
> afraid that some pinhead threw them out because they're
> written for MS-DOS. That they're written for MS-DOS has
> nothing to do with their value. It's the explanations and
> example code that's valuable.
>
>    The K&R book has two editions: you probably have the
> ANSI C edition; check to be sure, as the older edition is
> pre-ANSI spec and in a few ways will throw you off.
>
>    There is a huge number of tutorials on the internet.
> It takes time to sort through those that make sense to you.
> I have links to some that I like. Wikipedia has very good
> info on C programming.
>
>
>
>
>
>
> On Thu, 2012-03-08 at 07:01 -0800, Robert Chu wrote:
> > Good morning Noisebridge Community,
> >
> >
> > I have decided to start learning C programming and was wondering if
> > anybody could give me good recommendations on: books, videos, talks,
> > papers, etc. So far I am studying from the book Sam's Teach Yourself C
> > in 21 Days Sixth Edition.
> >
> >
> > All resource recommendations are greatly appreciated, and most likely
> > would be a catalyst to my learning.
> >
> >
> > Cheers
> > Rayc
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