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Discussion in 'C' started by debra, Mar 8, 2011.

  1. debra

    debra New Member

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    i am a new student to c programming and please help me with the basics of this language. i never did programming before
     
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    Ann_beginner New Member

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    the best way to learn any programming language is to practice. So jus go on practicing simple programs....and gradually increase the difficulty level in your programs.
     
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    for good practise you can visit projecteuler.net.
     
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    As much as I love programming in plain C, I would never recommend C as a first programming language, to anyone. C has some very advanced concepts that would be better learned by starting with something like one of the many dialects of BASIC.
    Learning C and C++ is an advanced programming topic.

    Many, many years ago, when I first set out to learn C, (I was already an accomplished Basic and Assembly language programmer), I became so frustrated with C that I actually gave it up for ten years until I felt I was ready to attempt it again.
    Conversely, I would never discourage someone from learning any programming language, even C. I just wouldn't recommend that you learn programming by learning C.
    First, learn how to program.
    Then, when you have mastered programming concepts, then learn C.
    IMHO.
     

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