Learning C programming language can be advantageous for a person because it is the foundation for many other sophisticated languages and other computer-related topics, including computer networks, compiler design, computer architecture, and operating systems. Learning C programming is essential if you want to interact with CPU cache, memory, or network adapters because the machine-level details are also conceale from the user in today’s high-level languages. Therefore, it is a talent that will only strengthen your educational toolbox.
What will you learn in C Programming?
- Gain a solid understanding of the C programming language’s foundations.
- Using the Input and Output (I/O) functions
- Control flow statements (controlling the execution flow of a C Program)
- Logical Operators
- Different types of Loops (including For, While, and Do-While in C)
- Functions – declaration | definition | usage
- Arrays – one-dimensional and two dimensional
- Working with Strings
- Recursions (Concepts + C Usage)
It is not necessary to have any prior programming expertise! This course is designe for complete beginners!
A warm welcome to this C programming course.
The “mother” of all computer languages is called the C programming language.
C was create over 50 years ago and has since been use to build:
- Operating Systems: C is at the heart of operating systems.
- C is use to create the core components of well-known databases (such as Oracle and MySQL).
- Smart Cities and Smart Homes
- Sensors and Microcontrollers (particularly in Embedded Systems) – The C programming language is commonly used to program an MCU.
Compared to other high-level languages, C works much more closely with machines, making it incredibly useful and efficient. Understanding the fundamentals of computer theory is also add by C. You will develop logic-building skills and clear your programming concepts with this course.
Yet another advantage of learning C is that it has a very swift execution time compared to other programmings languages.
Who this course is for?
- People looking to start their programming journey
- Beginner C developers
- College Students
- People who are just curious about the topic.