C language learned by suffering
We recommend that you search the Internet or visit a bookstore if you
This site is designed to explain the basics from the ground up, which makes it more challenging for those who just want an overview.
I want to know about C language as knowledge.
It also assumes that the reader is able to operate a computer to some degree.
If you are able to do the following, just about, you have passed the test.
Can save, copy, and delete files.
Can download files from the Internet.
To write a C program, you naturally use the keyboard.
But what you do is mainly enter single-byte alphanumeric characters, and you don't have to type fast.
Anyway, as long as you can type, that's all that matters.
The small screen and lack of a keyboard make it very difficult to input programs.
If you want to learn programming, we strongly recommend that you purchase your own computer.
Even a 30,000 yen computer (although it runs sluggishly) is sufficient for studying programming.
Incidentally, the author recommends a used ThinkPad.
Companies often purchase several hundred units in bulk and sell them off as used products after a few years.
This is because high-performance PCs, even though they are out of model, can be obtained at fairly low prices.
Also, ThinkPads have very easy-to-use keyboards, making them ideal for learning programming.
The software used in the bitter C is obtained by downloading it from the Internet.
Therefore, some Internet access is required.
C programs are text files.
To handle this, knowledge of file handling is required.
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The C language (bitter C), which is learned by suffering, is
This is the definitive C language introductory site.
It systematically explains the basic functions of the C language and
It is as complete as or more complete than any book on the market.