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How to code using the C programming language in Mac OS X

Lucy Hattersley | May 26, 2016
Mastering the C programming language - a classic code environment used to build software, apps, and whole operating systems - is a great skill, and Mac OS X makes it easy to learn. Here's how to get started

Enter rm hello.c hello to get rid of both files from your Home directory.

How to learn C in Mac OS X: The best C resources and training programs

Now that you've created your first C program, you'll be keen to get on and learn the C language. Fortunately, there are lots of different resources available for learning C. Here are some of the best places to get started.

  • C Programming for beginners. A popular course on Udemy, you'll start from the very beginning in this 73 lecture course with 8 hours of video.
  • C Programming for beginners - Zero to Hero! A shorter Udemy alternative with 31 lectures and 3.5 hours of video.
  • Learn C the hard way. This classic course keeps you in the command line and teaches you the basics.
  • Learn C: This interactive tutorial walks you through the basics of C programming in an interactive website.
  • TutorialsPoint C. This is a great site to bookmark for looking up C functions and modules.
  • The C programming language. Straight from the horse's mouth. This book was written by the people who originally created the C programming language.

Source: Macworld 

 

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