[PD] programming resources C\C++ to learn how to write externals for pd
jaime.oliver2 at gmail.com
Mon Jul 13 10:45:22 CEST 2009
and also /doc/6.externs
On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 1:31 AM, adrian.g <adrian.g at zoho.com> wrote:
> Hi. I am looking for some resources for learning C\C++ programming in a
> context of DSP (I'd like to be able to write pd externals some time in the
> I have recently finished reading "The Scientist and Engineer's Guide to
> Digital Signal Processing" and I managed to go through half of the Addison
> Wesley's "C++ Primer 4th Edition" (and I'll probably keep reading it), but I
> feel that it would be good to learn more in a context of what I am really
> interested in.
> The exercises in the C++ Primer are very dry and the examples in The
> Scientist and Engineer's Guide are all in BASIC (I could probably try to
> rewrite them in C++ as an exercise). Could anybody show me the light and
> point me to some books, or online resources (tutorials, bits of code easy to
> comprehend by a beginner) that could help me achieving my goal?
> I was just wondering if I should start from learning C and then go to C++
> or just learn C++ and then learn bits of C along the way?
> Thanks for reading this!! :)
> Adrian Gierakowski
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