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As the title says. I'm not sure where to start. It seems that most of the online tutorials are 'C, C++', well I don't really care about C++ I just want to learn C. I was wondering if anyone has any recommendations on books, tutorials, advice, etc.
Why waste your time learning C++ when you could learn something useful like C?
I think C is best.I've programmed with C++ for 8 months and then had a look at C....I'm in love with C now and haven't looked at C++ for two months.I dont even remember anything but :
cout << "Hello" << endl;
cin >> my_var << endl;
True C is just a bit harder but your program looks so much sweeter and functions much better when your done.
Anyway hope those Tutorials helped.
I didn't say that I knew how to do that I'm still pretty much a beginner with C.
I'm not saying that there aren't some things that you cant do easier in C++ I'm just saying I prefer C because it seems simpler in a way and I just feel more comfortable with it.If you like C++ better than C then thats good for you.Everyone has their own preference mine is C yours is C++.I probably could give you code but I'm working on projects at the moment so don't have time.