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What you'll learn
A complete understand of programming terms
logical approach to solve problems
write code on your own for problems
special WAP will help to break problem in smaller parts
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+Getting started with C
+Variables, data types and constants in C
+Conditionals in C
+Loops in C
+Functions in C
+Rest everything in C
A personal computer to write code
any free editor to write C code (installation is covered)
Internet connection (too obvious)
Welcome to ï¿½C programming Laboratoryï¿½. C is a very detailed programming language and is one of the languages that anyone can start with. This course is an online version of our offline boot camp, designed for beginners to get started with computer programming. This means that we donï¿½t expect any prior programming experience for this course. C programming Laboratory is not an outcome of part time teaching; we are dedicated programming teachers with over a decade experience of programming.
C programming is a great gateway to become coder. The language is very detailed in every aspect. It gives you a great idea about the storage of values like integers, decimal numbers, characters and strings. Itï¿½s not an Internet Hoax that C is called as mother of all languages, almost every programming language share some syntax with C language. By learning just this language, you will learn the basic terminologies for all programming languages.
We will start from installing an IDE where we can write our code and can see the output of what we have written. After that we will take upon common terminologies related to coding. We will not only learn to write code but we will also learn to use best practice to write code. We will also encounter a lot of WAPï¿½s i.e. Write A program. This will help us to solve big problems by analyzing it and breaking it into smaller segments.
C is the greatest possible gateway to learn computer programming. Most of the drivers and compilers are designed in C because is capable to interact with low level hardware and is very detailed in storage of data types.
All you need to get started is little motivation and a computer with any operating system. Waiting is wasting of time, roll up your sleeves and letï¿½s get started.
Who this course is for:
interested in programming
new arrivals in computer programming
who wants to make living with programming
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- 2016-09-02C programming Laboratory
- 2016-07-28C programming Laboratory
- 2017-12-13[PDF] Formal Syntax and Semantics of Programming Languages: A Laboratory Based Approach
- 2017-12-01[PDF] Beyond Programming: To a New Era of Design (Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory)
- 2017-01-11[PDF] Formal Syntax and Semantics of Programming Languages: A Laboratory Based Approach
- 2017-01-09[PDF] Beyond Programming: To a New Era of Design (Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory)
- 2012-05-18VBA for Excel Made Simple (Made Simple Programming)
- 2012-05-11The Art of Computer Programming, Volume 4A: Combinatorial Algorithms, Part 1 - Removed
- 2012-04-19Beginning Java SE 6 Game Programming by Jonathan S. Harbour [REPOST]
- 2012-03-20Reasoning with Logic Programming By Jose Julio Alferes, Luis Moniz Pereira
- 2012-03-20Gene Expression Programming: Mathematical Modeling by an Artificial Intelligence By Candida Ferreira
- 2012-03-16Introduction to Java Programming, Comprehensive (8th Edition) - Removed
- 2012-03-13The Laboratory of the Mind: Thought Experiments in the Natural Sciences By James Robert Brown
- 2012-03-13Programming Entity Framework: DbContext By Julia Lerman, Rowan Miller
- 2012-03-07Beginning Kinect Programming with the Microsoft Kinect SDK By Jarrett Webb, James Ashley
- 2012-01-31Formal Syntax and Semantics of Programming Languages: A Laboratory Based Approach - Kenneth Slonneger, Barry L. Kurtz
- 2012-01-30Protecting the Frontline in Biodefense Research: The Special Immunizations Program - Committee On Special Immunizations Program For Laboratory Personnel Engaged In Research On Counterme
- 2012-01-19Organizing for Change: Integrating Architectural Thinking in Other Fields - DOM Research Laboratory
- 2012-01-06Formal Syntax and Semantics of Programming Languages: A Laboratory Based Approach - Kenneth Slonneger, Barry L. Kurtz
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