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C Programming

C is more often the very first language which a developer goes for. Learning C helps to understand a lot of underlying architecture of operating systems like data structure, pointers, memory locations etc. It is extensively used in embedded programming.
Note: This is a FREE curated course.
Course
Curriculum

What will you learn?

  1. Gain a solid understanding of the C programming language’s foundations.
  2. Variables
  3. Using the Input and Output (I/O) functions
  4. Casting
  5. Control flow statements (controlling the execution flow of a C Program)
  6. Logical Operators
  7. Different types of Loops (including For, While, and Do-While in C)
  8. Functions – declaration | definition | usage
  9. Arrays – one dimensional and two dimensional
  10. Working with Strings
  11. Recursions (Concepts + C Usage)
  12. Pointers
  13. Unions

Requirement

It is not necessary to have any prior programming expertise! This course is designed for complete beginners!

Description

A warm welcome to this C programming course.

C Programming Language is the “mother” of all programming languages.

C was created over 50 years ago and has since been used to build:

  • Operating Systems: C is at the heart of operating systems.
  • C is used to create the core components of well-known databases (such as Oracle and MySQL).
  • Cyber-Systems 
  • Smart Cities and Smart Homes
  • Sensors and Microcontrollers (particularly in Embedded Systems) – The C programming language is commonly used to program an MCU.

C is extremely useful and effective as it works closely with machines compared to other high-level languages. C also helps in understanding the basics of computer theories. 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 programming 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.

 

Course Content

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Course Includes

  • 10 Lessons
  • 40 Topics
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