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Freux wrote

I'm a newbie that never made anything amazing but hopefully this will be useful. I've tried to learn python, c++, and c#. I would always get confused somewhere not really understanding what I was doing or how what I'm learning could be use for.

Until I decided to learn c and tried the book "C programming a modern approach" by K. N. King. I'm still reading it but I highly recommend it as it's the first book that I find easy to read and finally grasp how what I'm learning can be used. I took a small c# class after that, I already understood some basic OOP and used my knowledge of c for the entire class.

If you ever need help with the exercises/projects in the book or simply want to see how someone else solve a problem you can look here:

https://github.com/fordea/c-programming-a-modern-approach