Posts By: Sanyam Khurana

Well, you may not realize today, but it is very essential to have a Bootable Linux Pen Drive with you. Many times, your system may crash unexpectedly, or even your DVD ROM faces some problem or you might just want to dual boot Linux with Windows to give it a try? In these scenarios a… Read Article →

Ever wondered, what happens behind the scenes to boot Linux? Knowing about what happens from the time you press the power button to the time when you get the login screen on Linux, i.e. boot process in Linux is very important. It can come very handy when you’re debugging why isn’t a system booting properly… Read Article →

Howdy Readers! Wonder if you’re facing any problem regarding any FOSS project, the first thing you’ll do is Google it to solve your problem. But sometime it can happen, you couldn’t find it on the net, may be you discovered a bug? or let’s say you just want to contribute or discuss about any FOSS… Read Article →

Howdy folks, hope you’re doing well. We’ve already discussed about 1D Arrays and their memory organization and further about 2D arrays and multidimensional arrays. In case you missed it, read them first. Coming to this tutorial, we’ll be discussing the way to develop our own data types in the C programming language. It is done… Read Article →

Well, I’m glad you reached at this point, we’ve already discussed about 1D arrays and the memory organization, and in this post, we’ll know about 2D arrays and Multidimensional Arrays. They are not very much different from 1 D arrays as we looked in the last tutorial. So, let’s start: In this tutorial, we’ll cover… Read Article →

You may have heard of arrays or “tuples” before, if you’ve learnt any programming language. If not, then don’t worry, you’ll learn everything about them in this tutorial and how are they used in C to handle large amounts of data of same data type effectively and easily. So, let’s know about them. In this… Read Article →

In the previous tutorials, we have discussed about the conditional statements. In this tutorial we’ll be learning about something known as Storage Classes in the C language. Every variable you define in the C language is generally associated with a Storage class which basically defines the Scope and lifetime of that variable. Before we get… Read Article →

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