A collection of exercises I am completing to study C from the book: "The C Programming Language". Brian W. Kerninghan and Dennis M. Richie (1988).
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ch1 Ohhh, neat, appears to be working! Finally, kinda cool to see this function 3 months ago
ch2 Adding image documentation to further support the conclusion found: 2 months ago
ch3 Finished 3-6! These two were much simpler than 3-3, haha 2 months ago
ch4 Updating README.md, sealing off Ch. 4 for the time being; recursive exercises are good for the future 2 months ago
ch5 Can't think of an elegant way to approach this exactly - I am also not too sure what directory order means, I have an idea, which gives me an idea on how to write this in, but I'm not too certain on it. What if a string is made up entirely of non-comparable characters? 1 month ago
ch6 I decided to attempt to replace strcpy with my own version to see what 1 month ago
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The C Programming Language - Exercises

A collection of exercises I am completing to study C from the book: “The C Programming Language”. Brian W. Kerninghan and Dennis M. Richie (1988).

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Chapter Name Status
Ch. 1: A Tutorial Introduction :heavy_check_mark:
Ch. 2: Types, Operators, and Expressions :heavy_check_mark:
Ch. 3: Control Flow :heavy_check_mark:
Ch. 4: Functions and Program Structure :heavy_check_mark:
Ch. 5: Pointers and Arrays :heavy_check_mark:
Ch. 6: Structures ---
Ch. 7: Input and Output :heavy_check_mark:
Ch. 8: The UNIX System Interface