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What areas are you looking in particularly? Because the langauge will be the same between the platforms, but there will be different libraries depending on platform.

Linux Cross Referencer is a site I use a lot, but that is for coding parts for the linux kernel, which you may or may not want to be doing.

I do recommend The C Programming Language book as being an excellent reference for both new programmers and programmers new to C, especially if coming from a Java or C# background.

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I do recommend The C Programming Language book as being an excellent reference for both new programmers and programmers new to C...

I fully agree with this, "the c programming language" may not teach you every single detail but it does a great job in a very short book (compared to other programming books).

Basically source code for linux and windows is going to be the same (they're both just C), you only really need to consider the operating system specific code if you're writing something that isn't in the standard (using non-standard libraries).

So a site I looked at a bit before I got my copy of "the c programming language" is cprogramming.com

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I fully agree with this, "the c programming language" may not teach you every single detail but it does a great job in a very short book (compared to other programming books).

Basically source code for linux and windows is going to be the same (they're both just C), you only really need to consider the operating system specific code if you're writing something that isn't in the standard (using non-standard libraries).

So a site I looked at a bit before I got my copy of "the c programming language" is cprogramming.com

yeah cprogramming.com was actually the first site i looked at. I'm going through there tuts and learning fast (i think lol). I've found some source codes and got "the c programming language" which I'm reading. Alot of the reading is boring though and I usually learn more from looking at source code + trial & error haha B)

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