C development on Linux - Types, variables, operators - III.

Posted by LinuxCareer on Nov 14, 2011 8:31 PM EDT
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As promised, starting with this part of our C development article, we will get started with learning, without further introduction. I couldn't find no better way to start other than this, because types, operators and variables are an essential part of C and you will use them all the time when writing your own programs. For example, you can write a simple C program without defining your own functions, but it's harder to do that without some variables, unless you wanna stick to "Hello, world!". A variable is nothing more than a location in memory holding a value that can be altered (hence the name).

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