C Programming For Beginners Hands-On!
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|Section 1: Introduction to C language|
WELCOME to our C Programming CoursePreview
|Lecture 2||5 pages|
|1.0 A Brief History of the C Programming Language
1.1. C Is a Middle-Level language
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Form of a C ProgramPreview
Quiz: Form of a C Program
THEORY: The Form of a C Program
Form of a C Program - With an example
|Lecture 6||2 pages|
You will see the logical steps behind creating an executable form of your C program.
Compiling, linking and running C program
Types of errors
|Section 2: BONUS: Get a FREE fantastic IDE (Integrated Development Environment) here!|
|Lecture 9||5 pages|
For all the programming examples in this course we use a fantastic, free development environment called Code::Blocks.
For your convenience, we have distributed the Windows version here - and you can download and install it. For Linux and Mac versions - the look and feel is the same - and download links are provided in the lesson.
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|Section 3: Basic elements of C program|
Introduction to Basic elements of C Language
THEORY: The Basic Elements of C Programming
Categories of Variables
Identifiers and Rules of Identifiers
Data Types Introduction
Float and Double
|Section 4: Operators|
Introduction to Operators
Increment Decrement Operators
|Section 5: Input Output Statements|
|Lecture 30||1 page|
ASCII (i/ˈæski/ ASS-kee), abbreviated from American Standard Code for Information Interchange, also known as US-ASCII, is a character-encoding scheme.
Originally based on the English alphabet, it encodes 128 specified characters into 7-bit binary integers. It defines 95 printable characters, including the space (which is considered an invisible graphic), and 33 non-printing control characters - many of which are now obsolete.
Work on the ASCII standard began on October 6, 1960, with the first meeting of the American Standards Association's (ASA) X3.2 subcommittee. It was developed from telegraphic codes and its first commercial use was as a 7-bit teleprinter code promoted by Bell data services. The first edition of the standard was published during 1963, a major revision during 1967, and the most recent update during 1986. Compared to earlier telegraph codes, the proposed Bell code and ASCII were both ordered for more convenient sorting (i.e., alphabetization) of lists, and added features for devices other than teleprinters.
Introduction to Input Output statements
The printf Statement
printf Statement Formats
printf Program - Hello World
printf Program - Sum of Two integers
printf Program - Area of circle by r
Printf Program - Largest of two assigned values
printf Program - Area of a Rectangle
The Scanf Statement
scanf Program - Sum of two input numbers
|Section 6: Conditional Statements|
Introduction to Conditional Statements
The IF Statement
'if' statement program - Largest of two numbers
if..else Statement and Program to check if number Even or Odd
if Statement Program - Positive Negative or Zero numbers
if Statement Program - Largest of 3 numbers
if Statement Program - Number even or odd
if..else Program - Largest of 2 numbers
if..else Program - Given year is a Leap year or not
if..else Program - Check Variable is Integer or Float
if..else Program: Check Upppercase Lowercase
if..else Program: If character is Alphabet
|Section 7: Loop Statements|
Introduction to loops
The While Statement
While Program - Display 5 to 1 in reverse order
While Program - Display 1st 10 Even Numbers
While Program- Display 1st ten Odd Numbers
While program - Sum of 1st Five Natural Numbers
While Program - Sum of Arithmetic Series
While Program - Reverse Digits of Given Number
The Do..While Statement
Do..While Program - Factorial of N
Do..While Program - Arithmetical Operation of User Choice
The for Statement
While Program - Sum of Digits of Given Number
Do..While Program - Check Number is Palindrome
Do..While Program - Sum of Arithmetic Series
Do..While Program - 2nd Example - Sum of Arithmetic Series
The for Statement - Syntax Continued - Multiple Initializations - with Program
for statement - Program to Display 1st ten Odd Numbers
for statement Program to Find Factorial of N
for statement Program to Find Sum of Digits
For statement Program: to Find Sum of Arithmetic Series
For statement Program to Find Sum of Arithmetic Series - 2nd Program ver 2
For statement Program: To Check for Prime Number
Nested Loops - for Statement Program
Nested Loops - An Example Program
|Section 8: Arrays|
Introduction to arrays
Storing and accessing Array Elements
Single Dimensional Arrays - Program to read and display 10 numbers
Two Dimensional Arrays
Storing and Accessing fromTwo Dimensional Arrays
Multi-Dimensional Arrays - Program to read and display MxN array
|Section 9: Strings|
Introduction to Strings
How to assign, read and display Strings
Reading String data
Reading String data - Continued - Other techniques
Three ways of Displaying String data
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