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  1. #1 C programming 
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    I'm trying to pick up the C language. I bought a book recently with exercises and soon i realize that it didnt provide me with the answers to the solutions.

    Does anyone know where i can get answers to the solutions?


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    There's tons of it on the net, http://www.cprogramming.com/

    Is this your first programming attempt, or have you other languages under your belt?

    You have not actaually specified what solutions you require.....


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    The text book that i bought is "C How to Program" by deitel and deitel (international version).

    This is my first programming language. I've yet to try on the exercises from the text book but will be trying it very soon.

    I probably need the solutions to the exercises.

    Cheers
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    the website above is an awesome resource. I found the tutorial to be really helpful. Have you checked out "The C Programming Language" (aka the Bible) by Kernighan and Ritchie? Another good book is one that's recommend to a lot of college students: "C Programming: A Modern Approach" by K.N. King, though expect it to be pretty expensive since it's predominantly a college text.
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    Would you describe what problems do you face at? Maybe we can help you.
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    I recommend the "The Complete C Reference" by Herbert Schildt and when you finished with that one then "The Complete C++ Reference" by the same author
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    yes, i can most warmly recommend schildts book as well, it encompasses both C and C++.

    #include <iostream>

    using namespace std;

    int main()
    {
    int a;
    cout << "welcome to C++!";
    cin >> a;
    return 0;
    }
    when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth
    A.C Doyle
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