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Learning C for Palm OS

Looking for good online tutorial web sites for learning C if possible for Palm OS or complex data structure use. For more info see my question in the Palm OS area (it is a C question as well so you may wish to take a look at it):

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Wireless_Programming/Palm_Pilot/Q_20536780.html

Thanks

Greg
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akshayxxCommented:
what is the development tool that  u r using ..?
codewarrior ? what version of PalmOS api are you using ? i did some palmOS programming 3 years back.. cant give you exact codes .. but can definitely give you pointers
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akshayxxCommented:
oh online tutorials .. well palm OS people themselves give some good programming tutorials
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akshayxxCommented:
http://www.palmos.com/cgi-bin/sdk50.cgi
did u get this SDK ? or something else ?
what OS u working ON ..
btw palmos people also provide you with emulator..on which u can test your .prc files
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gmrobertAuthor Commented:
I have CW 8 with SDK 4.0. I have done some PDAT Palm programming but I am trying to learn C now so I can use the PDAT SDK, it basically allows for extensions of PDAT to be added using the SDK. My main issue is trying to load the resource created by PDAT into the variables used by C. I can load in basic structures but I can't figure out how to load a dynamic array of structures.

Greg
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gmrobertAuthor Commented:
Not much activity so I guess this is the best answer.
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