Jumpstarting C (Make)
Jumpstarting C (Make)
Wednesday, 11 April 2018

This slim book in the Jumpstarting series aims to show makers how to master the C programming language and that C provides the best way to get into the basics of algorithms and operating systems. Author Wolfram Donat takes readers on a 50-page journey, from installing C on a Raspberry Pi, to creating their first "Hello World" program in C, to building and programming a handheld 4-color memory game using C, pushbuttons and LEDs

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Author: Wolfram Donat
Publisher: Maker Media
Date: March 2018
Pages: 52
ISBN: 978-1680454987
Print: 1680454986
Kindle: B079836VVX
Audience: Raspberry Pi users
Level: Introductory
Category: C/C++

 

 

 

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