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Free C source code:
dlib.c    - a collection of useful c functions
dcurses.c - a collection of c curses functions
dcalc.c   - an onscreen curses based calculator
ddump.c   - an onscreen curses based hex dump file viewer
dtype.c   - an onscreen curses based file viewer
dr.c      - a curses based directory listing utility

Here's an experimental program for study:
dzip.c    - a file compression program
Arduino attiny85 C source code:
Music out of attiny85 pb0:
music.ino    - Fugue in G Minor, J.S. Bach
This code is made freely available under the terms of the GPL.

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From the Bible,
That all may honor the Son just as they honor the Father. He who does not honor the Son does not honor the Father, who sent him.
-John 5:23*

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Click here for some free source code. C Scientific specializing in technical programming in a UNIX environment, located in Lafayette, Louisiana, Acadiana, site includes free C source code
Latin,
SIC PASSIM.
Thus everywhere (in textual annotation).

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From the Bible,
God saw all that he had made, and it was very good.
-Genesis 1:31

C Scientific specializing in technical programming in a UNIX environment, located in Lafayette, Louisiana, Acadiana, site includes free C source code
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Latin,
SIMILIA SIMILIBUS QUOD ANTE.
Similar things for similar things which (were used) before. A principle of mediaeval medicine.