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C programming in Fedora Core

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I'm learning how to program in C now and looking for a good IDE which could make my life alot easier=) Could anyone recommend one either than KDevelop? I've tried KDevelop out and it's a little too complicated for me.

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IDE? You mean like Kedit, kwrite, Gedit, or GVim. That's why I use for writing my programs in C, then from the terminal window I use either cc or make. Linux makes thing very simple for me.

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One good web source that I used for a Unix class I took recently is linuxselfhelp. I has some good advice for Linux in general, and covers advanced topics like an in-depth view of glibc, and good details on debugging with GDB:

http://www.linuxselfhelp.com/cats/programming.html

 

Two good print sources I have are:

1) The C Programming Language, Kernighan/Richie, Prentice Hall

 

and

 

2) C A Reference Manual 5th ed Harbison/Steele, Prentice Hall

 

 

The Material in [2] is somewhat similar to what you will find on linuxselfhelp, but it is a good text.

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