The C and C++ Programming
C Language Programmers Reference by
Martin Leslie WOW!
The Ten Commandments of C Style by Lawrence Lile
(tounge in cheek, but explains why as well)
Effecient Bit Twiddeling
Strings in C
Micro controller interfacing to analog
sensors: Optimizing math in C on microcontrollers.
This page is about helping a person learn the C language. See
Learn C/C++ Today is a collection of tutorials designed to teach C and C++.
A First Course in Program Design using C
POWER C by MIX software 214-783-6001 Very recommended
and the FAQ
. Classes based on
C Programming Language " by Kernighan & Ritchie and it is easier
to read and understand than the Kernighan & Ritchie book. Also available
are notes to read along with the book mentioned above, so that you do not
miss the important stuff.
"Thinking in C++, 2nd ed. Volume 1" by Bruce Eckel. It is C++ book with a
very good into to C (chapter 3:). The book is free in electronic form (PDF,
HTML and other formats available)
http://www.fored.co.uk A very
good downloadable tutorial
lots of free tutorials including C and much else
has a decent list of books, tutorials and other useful stuff for people learning
C or C++.
A more academic site. Not really for beginners but a very useful reference
site for the more experienced.
is worth a look too.
Very nice list of free windows compilers and development related tools
Small C is a C compiler written in C.
Borland has made some early versions of Turbo Pascal and Turbo C available
free of charge for download at:
As 16 Bit tools, they are not in that high of demand, but they are nice to
learn Pascal and C with. Now, you can run Tubo C in your
Borland/Imprise has announced that their C++ (the current version) is now
available for download. You must pay if you want the Visual development version.
$19.95 - worth it just for the compiler. No it's not a "Lite version" or
a student version or anything, it is a complete DOS C compiler and inch-thick
From the Beginning tutorial for 20 measly smackers!
Publications by Bjarne Stroustrup
DDJ C/C++ Programming Articles
#C++ Site Navigator
Compiling C and C++ in Linux
Dave Dunfield's Bootloader, Minimal
file system, Text Windows, Serial Comms, and Joystick routines for embedded
There's a good trot through the main points of the language, with exercises,
(and several other interesting tutorials on this site).
also has C tutorials
Assembly language programmers transitioning to C will sometimes ask: "How
can i copy a register value into a C variable ?? and How can i copy a C variable
into a register ??" old_cow_yellow at yahoo.com says: 'That is a question
similar to: "How do I double clutch to shift to a lower gear with automatic
transmission?" It is best for your sanity to forget about gears when you
are driving a car with automatic transmission.'
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