C development on Linux - Basic I/O - VIII.

Posted by LinuxCareer on Feb 18, 2012 9:43 AM EDT
Mail this story
Print this story

With this part of our C development on Linux article we are getting ready to get out of the theoretical zone and enter the real life one. If you followed the series until this point and tried to solve all the exercises, you will now have some idea about what C is about, so you need to get out in the wild and so some practical stuff, without which theory doesn't have much value. Some of the concepts you'll see below are already known, but they are extremely important for any C program on any Unix-like OS. Yes, the information is valid regardless of the OS, as long as it's some kind of Unix, but if you'll stumble onto something Linux-specific, you will know. We will treat concepts like standard input, output and error, in-depth printf() and file access, among others. Are you ready?

Full Story

» Read more about: Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Linux

« Return to the newswire homepage

This topic does not have any threads posted yet!

You cannot post until you login.