GNU C Reference Manual is my favorite, comprehensive and let's you play around, but the language is just the hammer and nail OP. you gotta pick up some wood (patterns, libraries, algorithms) and build a home (application)
>asking the same question that has already been asked by thousands if not tens of thousands before you, is archived, analyzed, and meta-analyzed. all of which is available with the shallowest of research.
Uhhh you learn C by writing C. K&R, that book, interfaces and implementations are all references to help shed some light on libraries and techniques in implementing efficient code. As long as you know the basic syntax quirks you can start writing some small projects, my first was ncurses game.
Don't be discouraged by people saying C is obsolete, its syntax is ubiquitous across a sea (no pun intended) of other procedural, imperative languages, and is actually probably one of the easiest languages to learn (though absolutely mystical to debug). Gl anon
>>52412931 >probably one of the easiest languages to learn (though absolutely mystical to debug) i'd argue debugging should be included in the difficulty of the language. otherwise you end up pic related trying to make things in a language you already "know".
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