Even though I have a ton of projects and have no business picking up anything else, I have finally started learning C, something that I've put off for 25 years. Decided to go with Learn C the Hard Way, anyone have any opinions/advice?

@daniel anyway you learn C is the hard way. I'm a few days late, how'd it go?

Learn enough C to read it, then learn Rust. If you encounter any C code that confuses you, convert it to Rust.

@daniel add as much comments you can in your code, as my teacher told me once: a code without any comments is useless!
If you have pretty good programming background( mostly on algorithms and understanding how software works) the Stroutstrup C++ book is a pretty good book to read
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