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Does anybody have online tutorials, books or any helpful source on learning SDL with C (not C++). Thanks.

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Yeah i actually have and i didn't find it to be much help
What kind of information are you looking for exactly?

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>> http://gpwiki.org/index.php/C:SDL_tutorials

This unfortunately only deals with 5 or 6 trivial topics; I'm looking for a start to finish SDL tutorial or guide with C.

>> http://lazyfoo.net/SDL_tutorials/

This uses C++.

I am getting so frustrated of not being able to find a decent learning resource for SDL with C that I'm considering just learning C++.

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...I'm considering just learning C++.

Not a bad idea, but I would personally recommend C#. You can learn a lot of the higher level details of game programming with XNA and not have to deal with the many little details that C/C++ will force you to. Although SDL and C++ is not a terrible way to start.

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>> http://lazyfoo.net/SDL_tutorials/

This uses C++.

I am getting so frustrated of not being able to find a decent learning resource for SDL with C that I'm considering just learning C++.


I think it's better to learn C++ because think of C++ as a better C and you could easily go back to C if you begin with C++ and learn it well.(if you ever go back by then)

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