So I am a bit lost with C can someone point me to some tutorials to help me better understand the language?
Specifically inheritance and calling methods from another file
You checked out khan academy brother?
Went to see if teamtreehouse had anything but that wasn't successful
This guy was helpful for me in Python back a few years ago
looks like he has a group of videos on C++
I'm going to preface this by saying I do pretty well with interpreted languages (like PHP) but I experience some kind of disconnect with compiled languages.
You might get a copy of Sams Teach Yourself C in 24 Hours. It's setup in 24 "one hour" lessons. Check with your local library or https://www.amazon.com/Sams-Teach-Yo...+c+in+24+hours
Don't use a C++ tutorial or material when trying to learn C. They aren't that close.
"The building was on fire, and it wasn’t my fault." - Harry Dresden
Is there any particular reason why you need C over C++ or even C#? Or are you just learning a new language for fun?
Code Academy is pretty good, Google it.
Since you are talking about inheritance, I assume you're actually trying to learn C++.
First thing you'll need to understand is that C is not the same as C++, there is no "C/C++" language as some programs and schools like to label courses. Obviously C++ intrinsically allows for OO design and C doesn't but there are a number of other gotchas to be aware of. These can be a nasty realization for someone who was taught the mythical "C/C++".
If you're actually trying to implement OO concepts in C then I feel for you. It is 'possible' but it isn't pretty.
Personally, I picked up a copy of this for my C++ courses. Extremely in depth and has a lot of examples. You can probably find a copy for cheaper. I think I purchased mine for around $30 CAD couple years go.