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An ambitious undertaking to be sure. I have found the MOC to be of very limited help. Wow, that's an understatement. Anyway, I have been using other resources to supplement the training and this book has been the best. The book starts with understanding the requirements of a program.
From there the author walks us through the process of building a program and incorporates a lot of very practical and useful concepts.
Whether by design or not, this has been very helpful. The book is written in narrative or as a story unfolding. The reader is included in a small class learning to program. The other students in the class ask questions to the instructor John Smiley and in general greatly facilitate the learning process. This narrative makes it a lot easier to follow and the simple program turns out to be full of lots of very useful training opportunities. At first, I was underwhelmed that the author had chosen to use Notepad and the SDK to create the programs.
However, having finished the book and being halfway through the MOC course which uses Visual Studio I am glad that he does. Visual Studio tends to be expensive to get your hands on, and while it does have some VERY helpful functionality in terms of writing code, for the beginner, a lot of the stuff it does seems like it is overwhelming for the "newbie" at least it was to me. For the most part, this was because of all of the "helpful" stuff that Visual Studio was doing.
Don't get me wrong, it is a great IDE, but for a newbie like me, I think Smiley's approach was better. I have bought many other C books and I will be doing reviews on them as I read them to supplement the material. I've also been taking video lessons from LearnVisualStudio.
Professor Smiley's eBooks
Smiley did it again. After several C books this is the one that explain everything. Using his peculiar classroom style Smiley does a wonderfull job of disecting and explaining the language. His approach on how to code and create a class is unique. First he teach us how to instantiate the class. Then how to declare and instantiate class variables, the difference between public and private.
After that he explain how to create and use properties and where to put code to validate. Later he covers derived class and goes on. This is the first book that really take you by the hand and guided you thru the most difficult aspect of C object oriented programming. Note that it's an old book and everything is written on notepad but the benefit of typing and doing things the old way are priceless. The attention that you have to give to little details like what letter have to be in uppercase and what not; the correct spelling of the reserved words WriteLine is not the same as Writeline forced you to really learn the language.
There are thousand of books in C and you can learn the language from those books but if you really want to understand the language there is no better book than Learn to Program C by John Smiley.. To order the eBooks, just click the links below. After confirming your payment, you will receive an email from me with download instructions. Without it, I cannot process your payment, and delivery of your eBook will be delayed.
Learn this powerful language for just the price of my eBook. If you can download the Framework, you can learn this powerful language for just the price of my eBook. Learn this powerful scripting language for just the price of my eBook. Learn to Program with Visual Basic.
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