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C Language Tutorial

Want to learn C++? C++ Made Easy, Lesson 1 (all lessons)

Want to learn C? C Made Easy, Lesson 1 (all lessons)

Looking for advanced topics? Check out the full tutorial list

A C++ tutorial and a C tutorial, OpenGL with C++ tutorials, C++ Standard Template Library (STL) tutorials, articles on both the C and C++ programming languages and computer science, as well as Denthor of Asphyxia’s graphics tutorials converted to C++ (mainly C code). Please email me with corrections or submissions to this page.

Programming Tutorials Map

C++ Made Easy: Learning to Program in C++

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C Tutorial – C Made Easy

This tutorial is based on the above tutorial, but uses only standard C language features.

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More Advanced C and C++ Language Features

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C++ Standard Template Library (STL)

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Understanding Floating Point Numbers by Jeff Bezanson

Every programmer should understand enough about floating point numbers to avoid the pitfalls of assuming perfect precision.

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Using Remote Procedure Calls (RPCs) by Jeff Bezanson

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Same Game – A Simple Game from Start to Finish by Ben Marchant

Do you want to learn how to create a game? This series will teach you how to create a game, starting from the very beginning and ending with a fully playable game.

Object-Oriented Animation

Learn how to design a framework for doing animation–a foundation for many games and graphics engines.

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Using Microsoft ADO with SQL Databases in C++ by Patrick Mancier

SDL Tutorials

(By Thomas Carriero)

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OpenGL Tutorials

(By RoD)

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Rotations in Three Dimensions by Confuted and Silvercord

This is a series of tutorials detailing the math required for performing three dimensional rotations.

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Graphics Programming Tutorials

I offer these tutorials more as a relic of programming lore than a serious study in how to program graphics today; nonetheless, if you are searching for C/C++ DOS graphics, these tutorials may be helpful. They are written by Grant Smith, aka Denthor of Asphyxia. You can find the source code mentioned in the tutorials here.

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AI Tutorials

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Data Structures

  • Stacks Learn what a stack is and when it might be used
  • The Queue Read about what a queue is and how to implement it
  • Heaps Learn what a heap is, why, when and how to use heaps
  • Graphs in computer science Learn the difference between directed and undirected graphs and why they’re useful
  • Two-three trees Learn about a data structured that helps with balancing the search tree

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Algorithmic Efficiency and Sorting and Searching Algorithms

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Advanced Algorithms

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Computer Science Theory

Coding Style

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Compilers and Makefiles

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Memory Management

Once you’re done with these tutorials, take the C++ Memory Management Quiz

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Debugging

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Other Programming Languages

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Miscellaneous Programming Articles

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