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Old 23rd August 2008
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Default C Programming Study Group on SDF

Hey guys, just wanted to take a quick minute and let you all know of a C Programming study group that just started on SDF (sdf.lonestar.org).

We're basically following along (at the rate of 1 chapter a week) with The C Programming Language 2nd Edition, and having discussions on Tuesday and Thursday nights. So if you're interested in learning (or just brushing the dust off) C, I'd at least look at it. I know there is a minimum requirement of sending $1 in to "validate" your account there, but I don't know if any "higher" level membership is required to participate. Looking at it, you may have to become an "ARPA" member to use the compilers on the system (or you can use your own system to build your source if you wish) which is a one-time $36 donation.

Just wanted everyone to be aware in case you were looking for just such a thing.
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