C development on Linux - Functions - V.

Posted by LinuxCareer on Dec 9, 2011 11:09 AM EDT
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The C standard library offers a plethora of functions for many usual tasks. Also there are lots of libraries for extra functionality, like GUI design (GTK+) or database interfacing (libpq). However, as you advance in the C programming world, you will soon find yourself repeating the same instructions in the same order over and over again and that will become time-consuming and inefficient. So you can just wrap all those instructions in a function and just call said function when you need it. Here's what you're gonna learn by reading this article, plus some useful tips that will make your life easier. Any suggestions or problems go to the forums, as before.

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