If you are like me, you know PHP and have built applications with PHP. You also adore object-oriented programming and try to make PHP applications as small as possible. This is hard to do just because of how monolithic the language is. SQLite3 is an extremely small, light, database application that is fully [sic] supported in PHP. If you’re not like me, this may not be for you.
This tutorial is going to be a multi-part series on what I know about C and how I use it for school, and just in real life wherever. C is one of the oldest, most robust programming languages ever. Its compiles down to machine binaries making it very fast. Most people don’t realize it, but most other programming languages are built with C. Talk about meta.
If you’re reading this, I am assuming two things about you:
- You are using a UNIX-like Operating System such as GNU/Linux or BSD
- You have GCC installed and use it as your main C compiler.
Hello there, my name is Dave Smith-Hayes. Currently I am a Humber College student studying Computer Engineering. If you check out my github, you will see a lot of my projects from two classes I’m currently enrolled in. I take great pleasure in software development, audio production, cooking, writing and watching seasons upon seasons of television shows.