Lesson 7 - Person database in C - The linked list module
Welcome to the next tutorial of the Dynamic memory allocation in the C language course. In the previous lesson, Linked lists in the C language, we introduced linked lists. In the following lessons, we're going to complete our knowledge acquired in these materials by creating a truly usable C language application. We're going to practice structures, pointers, dynamic strings, modules, working with files and algorithmi
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We'll practice everything we've learned so far on an actually usable app. In this tutorial, we'll declare structures and prepare a linked list module.
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