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>What do you guys (or gals) think about http://www.cprogramming.com/?
It's a really well-made site that is an excellent resource for C/C++.

[edit] Although I do believe they've been experiencing technical difficulties lately, such as SQL errors. Also, thier board had a terrible crash the other day, and they lost over a month's-worth of posts because they hadn't backed up the server. [/edit]

>Is is a good place to learn C++ (and C) or not?
An excellent place to start learning. They also have a message board of their own, so you can ask questions about the tutorials, or about C/C++ in general.

>How about http://www.iu.hio.no/%7Emark/CTutorial/CTutorial.html?
It seems a little too brief, although that could be just me.

If you want more resources for learning C/C++, check out these stickies:
http://www.daniweb.com/techtalkforums/thread50370.html
http://www.daniweb.com/techtalkforums/thread70096.html

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There are some people there who respond to a lot of posts without really knowing or understanding anything. There are a lot of people who do that here. That's okay; just pay attention whenever Bubba or Prelude or Salem or Dave Sinkula or Mad_Guy say anything. And machines like quzah are great. There are several real idiots, though, who say things that come from their own imaginary self-orbiting world. I might be one of them.

I just get really tired at their inane conversations.

So yes, it's a good site. At least morally. I don't know if it's the best. Some places know C better.

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>There are some people there who respond to a lot of posts without really knowing or understanding anything.
Is that different from other forums? You're going to have stupid people around in any situation, whether it be real-life, or just on the Internet...

>There are several real idiots, though, who say things that come from their own imaginary self-orbiting world.
You must be referring to me. I honestly think that they hate me over there at CBoard (except for maybe twomers and dwks), so I only pop in once in a while to offer some advice to newbies.

>I might be one of them.
Nah, you're not one of them. I know that.

>I just get really tired at their inane conversations.
One thing that really gets me is how fast they can get off-topic in a thread. A thread that's more than a couple of pages has already gone off-topic. You just know it before you even bother looking. And if it's a popular topic, it means it will get closed because it will gets into the er... unmentionables ;)

I especially like the main part of the site, which is far more educational (in my opinion) than the message board. That's where all the bored programmers hang out.

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didnt you used to be a mod at cboard, joeprogrammer?

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!! ROFL....

No way man, not even a chance...

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>I'm definitely not referring to you joeprogrammer.
Are you so sure? Have you seen my posts? They're awful!

For some reason they seem to improve dramatically at DaniWeb. Either that or the expertise of the posters is lower here. ;)

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Heh really an interesting thread...From a "beginner asking for advice" to "I will definately take revenge"...Oh, what has this world come to... :D

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