C Language

About C Language

C language is the root of all programming languages. C language is used to develop desktop software applications. It is developed in 1972 by Dennis Ritchie at A T & T Bell Laboratories for use with the Unix operating system. It is a general purpose programming Language. To develop the programming ability C Language is the only platform to develop programming expertise techniques for any type languages. C Language is a Mid-level programming language for systems programming very generally used, weakly typed, systems programming language connected with UNIX. Many applications Like system software, application, games, many mobile applications, drivers programming etc of the applications written in C Language.

Why this course is required

C Language Course main objective for the student to develop primary programming language skills up to the good end in order solve the many different programming logics. Students can able to write much different type of logics at the end of the c language sessions. After learning the C language course the student can able get all the fundamental knowledge in all the software languages. After Completion of C language Course the student can able to attend any MNC Company interview and can answer the theoretically and practically rounds. We give lot of logical examples to make as good as.

Pre-requisites for C Programming

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Course Contents

  1. Introduction to Programming
    • Introduction to Computer Software
    • Classification of Computer Software
    • Generation of Programming Languages
    • Flow Chart
    • Algorithm
  2. Introduction to C
    • Structure of a C Program
    • Writing the First C Program
    • Files Used in a C Program
    • Source Code Files
    • Header files
    • Object Files
    • Binary Executable Files
    • Compiling and Executing C Programs
    • Using Comments
    • C tokens
    • Character Set in C
    • Keywords
    • Identifiers
    • Basic Data Types in C
    • Variables
    • Constants
    • Input/Output Statements in C
  3. Operators in C
    • Arithmetic Operators
    • Relational Operators
    • Equality Operators
    • Logical Operators
    • Unary Operators
    • Conditional Operator
    • Bitwise Operators
    • Assignment Operators
    • Comma Operator
    • Sizeof Operator
    • Operator Precedence Chart
    • Type Conversion and Typecasting
  4. Decision Control and Looping Statements
    • Conditional Branching Statements
    • if Statement
    • if–else Statement
    • if–else–if Statement
    • Switch Case
    • while loop
    • for Loop
    • do-while Loop
    • Nested Loops
    • Break and Continue Statements
    • goto Statemen
  5. Functions
    • Why are functions needed?
    • Function Declaration/Function Prototype
    • Function Definition
    • Function Call
    • Return Statement
    • Call by Value
    • Call by Reference
    • Scope of Variables
    • Recursive Functions
  6. Arrays
    • Declaration of Arrays
    • Accessing the Elements of an Array
    • Calculating the Address of Array Elements
    • Calculating the Length of an Array
    • Traversing an Array
    • Inserting an Element in an Array
    • Deleting an Element from an Array
    • Merging Two Arrays
    • Sort an Array
    • Searching for a Value in an Array
    • Passing Arrays to functions
    • Two-dimensional Arrays
    • Multidimensional Arrays
  7. Strings
    • Reading Strings
    • Writing Strings
    • Functions Used to Read and Write Characters
    • Operations on Strings
    • Finding the Length of a String
    • Converting Characters of a String into Upper Case
    • Converting Characters of a String into Lower Case
    • Concatenating Two Strings to Form a New String
    • Appending a String to Another String
    • Comparing Two Strings
    • Reversing a String
    • Extracting a Substring from Left
    • Inserting a String in Another String
    • Deleting a String from the Main String
    • Replacing a Pattern with Another Pattern in a String
    • Arrays of Strings
  8. Pointers
    • Understanding the Computer’s Memory
    • Declaring Pointer Variables
    • Pointer Expressions and Pointer Arithmetic
    • Generic Pointers
    • Null Pointers
    • Passing Arguments to Function Using Pointers
    • Pointers and Arrays
    • Difference Between Array Name and Pointer
    • Pointers and Strings
    • Pointers and 2D Arrays
    • Pointers and 3D Arrays
    • Function Pointers
    • Array of Function Pointers
    • Pointers to Pointers
    • Dynamic Memory Allocation
    • Memory Allocations Process
    • Allocating a Block of Memory
    • Releasing the Used Spac
    • Drawbacks of Pointers
  9. Structure, Union, and Enumerated Data Types
    • Structure Declaration
    • Typedef Declarations
    • Initialization of Structures
    • Accessing the Members of a Structure
    • Copying and Comparing Structures
    • Nested Structures
    • Arrays of Structures
    • Structures and Functions
    • Self-referential Structures
    • Unions
    • Arrays of Union Variables
    • Unions Inside Structures
    • Structures Inside Unions
    • Enumerated Data Type
    • Enumeration Type Conversion
    • Assigning Values to Enumerated Variables
  10. File Handling
    • Introduction to Files
    • Streams in C
    • Buffer Associated with File Stream
    • Types of Files
    • Declaring a File Pointer Variable
    • Opening a File
    • Closing a File Using fclose()
    • Read Data From Files
    • fscanf()
    • fgets()
    • fgetc()
    • fread()
    • fprintf()
    • fputs()
    • write()
    • fgetc()
    • fseek()
    • ftell()
  11. Preprocessor Directives
    • Types of Preprocessor Directives
    • #define
    • Object-like Macro
    • Function-like Macro
    • Nesting of Macros
    • Rules for Using Macros
    • Operators Related to Macros
    • Function-like Macro
    • #undef
    • #define
    • #line
    • Pragma Directives
    • #ifdef
    • #ifndef
    • #if Directive
    • #else Directive
    • #elif Directive
    • #endif Directive
    • #error directive
  12. Storage Classes
    • auto Storage Class
    • register Storage Class
    • extern Storage Class
    • static Storage Class
    • Comparison of Storage Classes
  13. C graphics
    • Drawing concentric circles
    • Graphics program moving car
    • Creating a Rainbow using Graphics