For novice programmers, C++ seems a very difficult language to learn. To some extent, they are correct! This is also due to the fact that in most countries C/C++ is the first programming language that is taught to undergraduate student. So they find it difficult to grab. But constant practice and hard work makes it easier to code in C++.

If you are reading this article, most probably you are already a programmer or want to become a programmer. Here we have described some of the frequently used online resources which are extremely useful. These include resources for learning, debugging to problem solving.


It is one of the most famous online resource comprising of complete documentation on C++ and its standard libraries. It contains tutorials, library references and forums.Forum community is quite vast with thousands of questions and queries answered by the experts and hundreds of snippets of code uploaded.

2. C Programming Notes

These notes are part of the UW Experimental College course on Introductory C Programming. They are based on notes prepared (beginning in Spring, 1995) to supplement the book The C Programming Language, by Brian Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie, or K&R as the book and its authors are affectionately known.

3. Programming in C – UNIX System Calls and Subroutines using C.

David Marshall’s ‘Programming in C’ tutorial covers application design, UNIX system calls  and subroutines using C programming language.


This website contains a complete tutorials for you to learn the C/C++ language as well as object-oriented programming and C#. This online resource also has tons of questions and answers posted by students and experts that helps students and learners.

5. C programming material at Lysator Society

There is an electronic collection of C programming material at Lysator Society website. Lysator is an academic computer society located at Linköping University in Linköping, Sweden.

6. A collection of useful libraries written in C

This is a catalog of useful free software/libraries that runs under free operating systems — particularly the GNU operating system and its GNU/Linux variants.

7. The C Programming Language Standard

ISO/IEC JTC1/SC22/WG14 is the international standardization working group for the programming language C.

8. High-level and Low-level Programming in C

You can extend the C programming language with certain utilities and idioms to get some the features of a “high-level” programming language. Also, you can bypass some of C’s regular features to get direct access to low-level capabilities.

9. Microsoft C Language Reference

The C Language Reference describes the C programming language as implemented in Microsoft C. The book’s organization is based on the ANSI C standard with additional material on the Microsoft extensions to the ANSI C standard.

10.  Online C/C++ Tutorials and Documentation

This page contains some links to free electronic documentation, guides, tutorials, references, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), books on C and C++.


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