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    C programming question in which group?


    I am a new member on this forum. I have a question. Can we also post C programming questions on CodeGuru? If yes, then in which section/forum of codeguru?

    Thanks in advance


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    Re: C programming question in which group?

    Welcome to Codeguru Yes, you can ask a C question in the C++ forum, indicating in the post that it is a C question.
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    Re: C programming question in which group?

    Forum: C++ (Non Visual C++ Issues):
    Ask or answer C and C++ questions not related to Visual C++. This includes Console programming, Linux programming, or general ANSI C++.
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