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Hey friends! thanks for replying .I have recently learned basics of c(about 1 years ago )
what would be best to start of in c after this.....
Posted 18-Mar-13 7:47am
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Once you're confident with the basics of C and familiar with the C library functions, move on to C++ and Object Oriented Programming.
While C remains the basis of most of what we do it really isn't enough on it's own anymore for anything new or commercial scale. There's little or nothing out there now being written from scratch in C but without the knowledge gained from C you can't easily understand C++ or even C#.
The best way to make use of what you're learned is to take it the next level and Abhinav is right of course practice, practice.
ridoy at 18-Mar-13 13:06pm
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I guess you read a few books but did not practice - so practice, practice!
Nothing else will help you.
Once you feel comfortable with C, you might want to start on any small project you feel you are comfortable with.
Sagar Srivastava at 20-Mar-13 11:40am
Hey pal you are mistaken here!. I focus on just oposite concept of thinking and applying more than reading theories that's why i spent 1 year on c

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