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C Language

C is a procedural programming dialect. It was at first created by Dennis Ritchie somewhere in the range of 1969 and 1973. It was principally created as a framework programming dialect to compose working framework. The primary highlights of C dialect incorporate low-level access to memory, basic arrangement of catchphrases, and clean style, these highlights make C dialect appropriate for framework programming like working framework or compiler improvement.

Numerous later dialects have acquired punctuation/includes specifically or in a roundabout way from C dialect. Like grammar of Java, PHP, JavaScript and numerous different dialects is predominantly founded on C dialect.

Getting Started with Computer Programming

  • Introducing Computer Programming Steps
  • Introducing Variables, Constants and Data Types
  • Introducing Arithmetic and Flowchart

Introducing Algorithm and Flowchart

  • Expressing an Algorithms
  • Creating an Algorithm
  • Creating a Flowchart

Working with Control Structure and Arrays

  • Using Control Structures
  • Using Arrays

Programming Methodologies

  • Procedural Programming
  • Object-Oriented Programming
  • Event-Driven Programming

Searching and Sorting

  • Using Sequential Search
  • Using Binary Search
  • Sorting Algorithm
  • Using Bubble Sort
  • Using Quick Sort
  • Using Insertion Sort
  • Using Selection Sort
  • Using Merge Sort

Keyword, Variables, Data Types, and Constants

  • Keywords
  • Variables
  • Data Types
  • Constants in C
  • Variables Declarations

Introducing the C Programming Language

  • Operators and Expressions
  • Arithmetic Operators
  • Assignment Operator
  • Comparison Operator
  • Increment and Decrement Operator
  • Logical Operator
  • Bit-Wise Operator
  • Conditional Expressions
  • Writing the First C Program

An Introduction to Decision Control Statements

  • Understanding the decision Control Statements
  • Understanding if & else Decision Control Statement
  • Understanding switches & Case Construct

An Introduction to Decision Statements

  • Understanding the while loop construct
  • Understanding the do-while Loop Construct
  • Understanding the for Loop Construct
  • Introducing the break and the Continue Statements
  • Understanding the break Statement
  • Understanding the continue Statement

Working with Arrays and Pointers

  • Initializing the Array
  • Identifying the Types of Arrays
  • Introducing Pointers
  • Declaring the pointers
  • Using Pointer Operators
  • Understanding Pointer Arithmetic Operations
  • Pointer and Arrays
  • Allocating Memory Dynamically

Working with Functions, Structures and C Pre-processors

  • Introducing Functions
  • Declaring Arguments of a Function
  • Invoking a Function
  • Passing Arrays a Function
  • Using Pointers to a Function
  • Passing Pointers to a Function
  • Returning Values from a Function

Introducing the Structures

  • Creating a Structure
  • Accessing the Members of a Structure
  • Assigning Structure
  • Using Arrays of Structures
  • Using Structures Pointers
  • Passing Structure Member to a Function

Introducing the Preprocessors

  • Using Macro Substitution
  • Using File Inclusion
  • Using Conditional Compilation

Performing Input and Output Operations

  • Unformatted Input and Output Functions
  • Reading and Writing Unformatted Strings
  • Formatted Input and Output Functions