Learn Intricate C Programming-directives and Tokenization
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The preprocessor breaks the result into preprocessing tokens and whitespace. It replaces comments with whitespace.
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Last updated 6/2017
English
Price: $200
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Includes:
  • 33 mins on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • It is a course dedicated to tips and tricks involved in preprocessor directives and Tokenization.
  • This course will lay down the foundation of tips and tricks involved in preprocessor directives and Tokenization.
  • Students taking this course will be able to write serious program in C language.
  • Reading, understanding and modifying code written by others
  • For the college going atudents, this course helps in improving grades in college curriculum and increases the chances at the final Campus Interview.
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Requirements
  • A spare working computer with gcc compiler
  • virtualization software like VMware Fusion or Virtual Box
Description

What is the course about?
This course provides a thorough introduction to the C programming language which is the core of the UNIX/Linux operating system and other embedded systems.
Macro definition and expansion:There are two  types of macros, object-like and function-like. Object-like macros do not take parameters; function-like macros do (although the list of parameters may be empty).
The function-like macro declaration must not have any whitespace between the identifier and the first, opening, parenthesis. If whitespace is present, the macro will be interpreted as object-like with everything starting from the first parenthesis added to the token list.
A macro definition can be removed with #undef
Programming assignments and laboratory exercises are required to do by students. Please remember that this is a serious course on programming. I believe that programming language like C cannot be learned in few hours. It required continuous practice. Students may have to put a lot of efforts in order to become expert in programming and make the best use of this course.
 
What kind of material is included?
1. This course consists of high quality training content using quality videos with industry oriented hands-on examples.
2. I have tried to include the juice of my 10 years of Programming experience in this course.
3. The focus is on giving real life essential tricks and skills.
4. This course will have sets of online programming assignments and objective type quizzes.
5. I suggest students to take this course with pen and paper handy. Note the important points and take part in discussions. The exercise is the most important part in learning any language. I advise students to take the problems after each section.
 
How is the course structured?
1. A perfect blend of theory and programming.
 
Why take this course?
1. Learning C programming language is basic to learn all other programming languages such as C++, Java, Python, etc. Because, all other advanced programming languages were derived from C language concepts only.
2. This course will tends to replace text books on C programming ie it will be a complete reference of tips and tricks involved in preprocessor directives and Tokenization.
3. You will learn how programming languages work with data, what program flow is, and how to use tips and tricks involved in preprocessor directives and Tokenization.
4. You will also get step-by-step instructions on how to create simple and advance C programs and how to run them.
5. For the college going students, this course helps in improving grades in college curriculum and increases the chances at the final Campus Interview.

Who is the target audience?
  • IT professionals with little or no C programming experience
  • Software professionals
  • School Students who are beginning in programming language.
  • Computer and IT hobbyists
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Curriculum For This Course
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Orientation
2 Lectures 06:40

Introduction

Preview 00:29

C is a programming language developed at AT & T’s Bell Laboratories of USA in 1972.

Preview 06:11
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Pre-processing in C
5 Lectures 26:16

Languages used in post and  pre  processing in any language

Preview 04:14

Directive is  marked with the  special character ‘#’. We note that these directives are not part of the specification of the C language.

Directives used in any pre or post processing units
05:20

undefining of any macro

undefining of any macro
05:17

These directives are particularly  important if we want to build for different targets or when we are enabling or disabling debug code, for example.

File inclusion
06:55

The article ends with a discussion on whether #if or #ifdef is preferable for conditional compilation. It is more or less trivial to migrate from #ifdefs to #ifs.

Migrating from #ifdefs to #ifs
04:30
About the Instructor
Saurabh Kumar Bansal
3.4 Average rating
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1,013 Students
21 Courses
Software Programmer, Consultant, Mobile Developer

I  was apparently not a diligent student. I worked with C/C++ and HTML, CSS, JavaScript since 12 years. I speak to the world on software freedom. From the beginning of my career I have always worked in large and small teams. While programming has been more of a individual activity, it is the collaboration in teams that can make and break a project. I have been interested in algorithms and data structures and its implementations especially in Java since university.

I am a co-author of various manuals, and has edited and reviewed more than a dozen other books. I wrote columns that provided keen insights into the little algorithmic nuggets that we use in our programs. My favorite books includes  "Writing Efficient Programs", "More Programming Pearls" and "Programming Pearls". The best programmers not only continuously improved the quality of their work, they also influence other members of their team.

I learned about project management and team interaction working at various organisations. I still believe that humans are still at the beginning of the code revolution. Programmers and users are still imitating what came before, and haven’t even imagined all that could be in the future. One thing I am sure of is that code is a type of language, based on the same logic as Sanskrit, and for the first time in history, language can change the physical world. Programming is a literature.

I've always had a passion for teaching in seminars and corporations during my consulting projects. My online school eLearningMedium gives me the opportunity to share my knowledge with students of all backgrounds and experiences across the globe! I'm really excited for this opportunity to bring to you real-world practical experience!

I've plans of making some of the courses about Algorithms and Data Structures, Java, HTML5, Software Engineering and Software Project Management. I give all my heart into creation of courses. I always try to explain everything the easiest possible way. I'm sure that my courses will help you in the adventure.