Aspects of Basics of C :

  • Basics of C( C- What, Where and Why? ), History and Features of C, Importance of C, About Procedural Language,Role of Compiler, Role of Interpreter, The Structure of a C Program, Writing C Programs, Building an Executable Version of a C Program, Debugging a C Program, Examining and Running a C Application Program

  • Aspects of An Overview Of C And Buzzwords :

  • Data Type, Variable, Operators, Control Statement, Preprocessor Directives Input and Output Operators, Reading/Writing Characters, Formatted input/output Function


Aspects of Control Statement :

  • The IF.....ELSE Statement, IF......ELSE ladder, Nesting of IF.....ELSE Statements, The Switching Statements, The do-while Statement, The while statement, FOR Statements

  • Aspects of Array :

  • Array(Array : What and Why? ), One Dimensions Arrays, Two Dimensions Arrays, Multi Dimensions Arrays, Dynamic Arrays


Aspects of String Handling:

  • Reading String from Terminal, Writing String to Screen, String Handling Functions, Table of String

  • Aspects of Function in C

  • Function Basics, Advantage of Function, Recursion, Variable Storage Classes, Variable arguments Function

  • Aspects of Pointers in C

  • Understading Pointers, Pointer expressions, Pointer and Arrays, Pointers and Character String, Pointers to Functions, Pointers and Structures

  • Aspects of Structures and Unions

  • Defining a Structure, Advantage of Structure, Size of Structure, Arrays of Structures, Structures and Functions, Defining Unions


Aspects of Dynamic Memory allocation:

  • Introduction to Dynamic Memory Allocation, Malloc, Calloc, Realloc, Free

  • Aspects of LinkedList:

  • Concepts of Linked Lists, Creating a Linked Lists, Inserting/Deleting an item, Application of Linked Lists

  • Aspects of File Management in C:

  • Introduction to File Management, Opening/Closing a File, Input/Output operations on Files, Error Handling During I/O Operations, Command Line Arguments


Aspects of Preprocessor:

  • Macro Substitution

  • File Inclusion

  • Computer Control Directives



Programs must be written for people to read, and only incidentally for machines to execute

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