Skill Level Advanced
- [Dan] It sounds simple enough. A pointer is a variable that holds a memory location, an address, yet pointers remain perhaps the most difficult part of the C programming language, something even experienced coders avoid. This course is for any C programmer who gets everything else, but is hung up on the concept of pointers. I don't blame you. I struggled with pointers for a long time before I finally got it. I'm Dan Gookin, author of "Beginning C Programming for Dummies," as well as multiple C programming courses at LinkedIn Learning. In this course, I explore C language pointers from the basic to the almost painfully advanced. Lessons progress in a paced, logical manner. Exercises and suggestions help build upon each other, providing a solid foundation to expand your pointer knowledge and help conquer your pointer fears. If you've been struggling with pointers in C programming, you've found your course. Join me, and together, we can master C language pointers.
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1. Pointer Basics
2. Memory Allocation and Buffers
3. Linked Lists
4. Advanced and Crazy Pointers
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