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C is a general-purpose, procedural, imperative computer programming language created in 1972 by Dennis M. Ritchie at the Bell Telephone Laboratories to create the UNIX operating system. Because of C's immense capabilities, operating systems, databases, apps, etc. have all been created using this language. Along with Java, which is also quite popular and is used the most by contemporary software engineers, C consistently ranks at the top of the popularity scale.
Who is this for?
For students and working professionals who want to excel as software engineers, especially those who work in the software development field, or intend to, proficiency in the C programming language is a MUST.
Programming in C is quite effective for all purposes. It may be used to create programmers like operating systems, databases, compilers, and other types of software. For those just starting out, C programming is a great language to master.
What you’ll learn:
You will acquire the ability to comprehend and visualize computer systems' internal design and the overarching principles that underpin programming. You may create more intricate and extensive applications using the programming language C.
At the end of the course you would be equipped with skills such as; Software Development Process, Algorithms, Software Engineering, C Programming, Computer Programming, Programming Language Concepts, Compiler, Debugging
There will be sufficient examples given to ensure that you completely comprehend and are familiar with the language's logic by the conclusion of the course. There are tutorials available that go into great detail regarding the sample code to assist you understand what the code does.
- Printing To Screen
- Floating Point Variables
- Hexadecimal And Binary Notion
- Static Variables
- Methods, Parameters And Strings
- Get Input From The User
- Compare Strings
- Control Flow
- Pointers, Addresses
- Printing Patterns To The Screen
- Dynamic Memory Allocation
- Type Definition
- Read and Write Files
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