Learning C? Ask an expertBy Chris Williams. Published: 30th Oct 2002, 16:11:19 | Permalink | Printable
From the ones who brought you riscos.infoThe popular programming language C is highly supported on RISC OS, with numerous compilers and libraries and, of course, software written in C. If you're new to C then even though there's plenty of C programming guides available for the language, as a beginner, you will most certainly have a lot of questions and queries on the subject. So, who are you going to call?
riscos.info's Peter Naulls and his new subscription scheme, C Learning, billed as "Personalised C information for novices". By signing up to Peter's scheme, you can ask him any ANSI C related or RISC OS C related questions for him to answer. Pretty straightforward and although you have to pay to subscribe, you do get to spend some quality (programming) time with Peter. See the website for more details, including pricing, an FAQ and what you can fully expect from C Learning.
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