do you find C language is hard to learn?
20 Aug 08
Is C lanaguage the same or similiar to java?? hehe =D Because i remember studying either one of it when i was in college, and i hate that module becuase it's so hard and difficult to understand.. And even if i understand, i wun be able to do it on my own too as i dun have the basic foundation.. and thus i hate C language.. lol
15 Aug 08
It was not their in our school studies but I learnt it later. Pointers in "C" are obviously weird. But we had a great teacher who explained the basics nicely. Anyway, if you find it difficult, you have no option but to digest them the best way you can. Best of luck.
15 Aug 08
Not a single bit, xialinye. I enjoy every aspect of computer programming with C. True, I know that pointers are difficult to understand. But you also told that you have already got the hang of it. The true taste of enjoyment comes when you actually get the hang of a particular programming concept which others really find difficult, and just sit back and enjoy the show when you complete your programming assignments first while others are still sweating it out with a long list of errors on their plate! So surge on full steam ahead! There's yet arrays and structures and files and what not to be learnt! Go ahead and be the first of them all to be the master of the C language, and you'll just see how the others simply beg you to debug their programs. Cheers.
15 Aug 08
first,thank you for your encouragement. you must know that almost all the students in technology college must learn how to use C.it's the basic skill.but i am not good at it. but it's true that when i compile my first line,i am so exciting! thank you again.
5 Jan 11
I have had classes in my college for C for two weeks but i had not found that difficult, but yeah some of the points inside are really hard to get over them. you have t practice so much for becoming an master or good programmer. I am not that but have heard anywhere and of course that is not waste of time for me. Wish you very best of luck for you programming.