Name: [3253] gasto
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Description: C/C++ and python programmer. Some knowledge of graphic design too. Interested in Game Artificial Intelligence and Artificial Life. Currently studying(by myself)too many things to be worth the mention. Happy to contribute to the 'help-without-compensation-asked' community. I hope every one that r ...

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video tutorial by gasto, added 12/07

Series ID: 138 Video ID: 467

All programming languages have derivations.

Mr. Dennis Ritchie, at the moment working on Bell Labs, created the C programming language, derived from B, a language created by Mr. Kenneth Thompson.

The B programming language lacked of type for variables. So variables were created with generic use in mind. In C the basic types are: float int char

The C history is laid very near the history of the Unix operating system, since the most acclaimed distribution of Unix was written in C( for it's code portability to other platforms).

Visit the C Console Programming video series for updates on C programming from me.

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18. ravi kumar Mon, 31 May 2010 10:47

its really good and worth full to watch...


very good


Very thorough breakdown for C, please keep posting videos, I have learned more in the last 30 minutes of how C works than in a week of youtube videos.


15. joe oettinger Sun, 28 Feb 2010 08:48

Very interesting! The shorter tutorials are a great idea!


its good for engineering student thanks to u


13. anonymous Fri, 06 Nov 2009 10:09

Wonderfull tutorial..


12. anonymous Sat, 17 Oct 2009 09:06

Required downloadable video tutorials for c programming


11. anonymous Thu, 23 Jul 2009 22:23

Good stuff for beginners.


10. anonymous Tue, 21 Jul 2009 21:24

Great Video Keep up the good work.


good job i've learned programming but it recall me once again deply


8. anonymous Tue, 07 Jul 2009 21:21

I BELIEVE I AM ABOUT READY TO LEARN C THIS WILL BE MY FIRST PROGRAM LANGUAGE AM ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN COMPONENT TROUBLESHOOTER YOUR SITE IS VERY GOOD

WILL USE IT TO START MY BEGINNING C STUDIES

TNX U

NJK


7. anonymous Thu, 25 Jun 2009 06:29

very good


5. anonymous Sun, 19 Apr 2009 00:23

These tutorials are really helping. Thanks lots. However I need help about how to design dice in 3D and I would like to know the codes used to roll 2 dice at the same time in a game.


4. anonymous Sat, 16 Feb 2008 08:18

Please continue this series of tuorials.You are rendering a great service.Thanks a lot


3. anonymous Sat, 05 Jan 2008 04:56

Fabulous! I love it !


2. anonymous Wed, 02 Jan 2008 16:52

Thank you


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