Thank u 4 ur suggestion:)
I looked into it...............
It was really helpful ...........
It has always been a good repository of code. If you are learning C also look at C# in .NET. I used to program in assembler and C for the 10 years of my career. C++ for the next 10, and now I just use C# for fun.
Some would disagree, I really liked the original K&R book on C programming because it was brief. You can then find plenty of examples of Berkely sockets to complement that knowledge.
i am a student of diploma in electronics and telecomm
can anyone suggest me projects related to the below domains:-
electrical and electronics