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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

i am over with my 1st year in IT Btech. but yet couldn't learn C languge to that perfection. do i need to go for tutions again or could cope it with C++????

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  1. Owlfred
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  2. anonymous
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    my sincere suggestion is to practice programming......you need to have lot of hands on experience for mastering ( or atleast learn c progamming)

  3. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    No Tutions , They start again variable,functions,files,structure. The power of C is Pointer, So you can start Pointer in C book, It covers all variable, functions, structures, Unions and also file Pointer.. You should try without man power, then only it possible to learn anything

  4. anonymous
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    thnx guys :).. wud really brush up my concepts.. but any books you would like to recommend??

  5. anonymous
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    any book you take ...start from structures.. and make it habit of programming in functional way ( need to be strong in function calls, arguements) and usiing structures...this is how industry programms in c

  6. anonymous
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    This book is very powerful because author is dennis ritchie.. You can search The C Programming Language by dennis ritchie

  7. anonymous
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    Yes you would need a lot of programming practice.The more the better.Try the book Test yourr C skils by yeshwanth kanitkar.Execute the programs given in there and learn by the errors and results of those programs

  8. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    Innovation starts by solving your own problems.,Start day today concepts as programs,Hope you remember when we were kids we play FLAMES,Holly Wood.you can start writing programs for this,If you feel difficult start with palindrome,prime number,calendar,etc. . .

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