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C Programming

start

You have a little programming knowledge

goals

You'll know how to write simple C programs

Required Knowledge

Basic Programming Skills

You will have an understanding of using the Shell and source-code control tools, we'll also cover some basic study-skills for programming

Learning C

C programming tutorial.

This series of videos will guide you through a painless tutorial on the C programming language. I chose C, because you get to know better how the computer works without getting into excessive detail like the case of an assembly tutorial.

Test your knowledge

Take your knowledge Test , see how much you have grasped the concepts explained here.

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Take your knowledge `Test <http://www.classmarker.com/embedded_quizzes/?quiz=eb1a4b90ca126fe3b6c0bdea5730a7a9>`_  , see how much you have grasped the concepts explained here.

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7. ROSALINDSummers33 Sat, 19 Nov 2011 15:22

---- Thanks - you saved me some time.

---- *Really* useful, thanks!.


6. JeniferCASTANEDA25 Sat, 19 Nov 2011 07:48

---- Thanks - you saved me some time.

---- *Really* useful, thanks!.


5. sarthak bichhawa Sun, 10 Jul 2011 08:32

---- Please make more on this subject!.


You are right, I'll correct it.


Question No.1:

A compiler creates a .obj file out of a .c file

a) True --- Correct

b) False

This is not necessarily so. In MY system, a compiler produces an .o file, not an .obj file. Yes, my answer of "False" was marked as incorrect!


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