C Programming Classes,Training & Tutions in Nanded

C Language

C is a programming language developed at AT & T’s Bell Laboratories of USA in 1972. It was designed and written by a man named Dennis Ritchie ....... Enroll Now

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Syllabus

Page 1

  • Getting Started
  • What is C

    Getting Started with C
  • The C Character Set
  • Constants, Variables and Keywords
  • Types of C Constants
  • Rules for Constructing Integer Constants
  • Rules for Constructing Real Constants
  • Rules for Constructing Character Constants
  • Types of C Variables
  • Rules for Constructing Variable Names
  • C Keywords
  • The First C Program
  • Compilation and Execution
  • Receiving Input
  • C Instructions
  • Type Declaration Instruction
  • Arithmetic Instruction
  • Integer and Float Conversions
  • Type Conversion in Assignments
  • Hierarchyof Operations
  • Associativity of Operators
  • Control Instructions in C
  • The DecisionControl Structure
  • The if Statement
  • Multiple Statements within if
  • The if-else Statement
  • Nested if-elses
  • Forms of if
  • Use of Logical Operators
  • The else if Clause
  • The ! Operator
  • Hierarchyof Operators Revisited
  • The Conditional Operators
  • The Loop Control Structure
  • Loops
    The while Loop
  • Tips and Traps
  • More Operators
  • The for Loop
  • Nesting of Loops
  • Multiple Initialisations in the for Loop

  • The break Statement
  • The continue Statement
  • The do-while Loop

  • Page 2

  • The Case Control Structure
  • Decisions Using switch
  • switch Versus if-elseLadder
  • The goto Keyword

  • Functions & Pointers
  • What is a Function
  • Why Use Functions
  • Passing Values between Functions
  • Scope Rule of Functions
  • Calling Convention
  • Advanced Features of Functions
  • Function Declaration and Prototypes
  • Call by Value and Call by Reference
  • An Introduction to Pointers
  • Pointer Notation
  • Back to Function Calls
  • Recursion
  • Recursion and Stack
  • Adding Functions to the Library
  • Data Types
  • Integers, longand short
  • Integers, signed and unsigned
  • Chars, signedand unsigned
  • Floats and Doubles
  • Storage Classes in C
  • Automatic Storage Class
  • Register Storage Class
  • Static Storage Class
  • External Storage Class
  • Which to Use When

  • The C Preprocessor
  • Features of C Preprocessor

    Macro Expansion
  • Macros with Arguments
  • Macros versus Functions
  • File Inclusion

    Conditional Compilation

    #ifand #elif Directives
  • Arrays
  • What are Arrays
  • Array Initialization
  • Bounds Checking
  • Page 3

  • Passing ArrayElements to a Function
  • Pointers and Arrays
  • Passing anEntire Arraytoa Function
  • Two Dimensional Arrays
  • Initializing a 2-Dimensional Array
  • Memory Map of a 2-Dimensional Array
  • Pointers and 2-Dimensional Arrays
  • Pointer to an Array
  • Passing 2-D array to a Function
  • Arrayof Pointers

    Three Dimensional Array
  • Working On Strings
  • What are Strings
  • More about Strings
  • Pointers and Strings
  • Standard Library String Functions
  • strlen()
  • strcpy()
  • strcat()
  • strcmp()

  • Two-Dimensional ArrayofCharacters
  • Arrayof Pointers to Strings
  • Limitation ofArrayof Pointers to Strings

  • Structures
  • Why Use Structures
  • Declaring a Structure
  • Accessing Structure Elements
  • How Structure Elements are Stored

  • Array of Structures
  • Additional Features of Structures
  • Uses of Structures

  • Console Input/Output
  • Types of I/O

    Console I/O Functions
  • Formatted Console I/O Functions
  • sprintf()and sscanf() Functions
  • Unformatted Console I/O Functions

  • Page 4

  • File Input/Output
  • Data Organization

    File Operations
  • Opening a File
  • Reading froma File
  • Trouble in Opening a File
  • Closingthe File
  • Counting Characters, Tabs, Spaces, …
  • A File-copy Program
  • Writing to a File
  • File Opening Modes
  • String (line) I/O in Files
  • Record I/O in File
  • Text Files and BinaryFiles
  • Record I/O Revisited
  • Database Management

  • Low Level Disk I/O
  • A Low LevelFile-copyProgram
  • I/O Under Windows

  • More Issues In Input/Output
  • Using argcand argv
  • Detecting Errors in Reading/Writing
  • Standard I/O Devices
  • I/O Redirection
  • Redirecting the Output
  • Redirecting the Input

  • Operations On Bits
  • Bitwise Operators
  • One’s Complement Operator
  • Right Shift Operator
  • Left Shift Operator
  • Bitwise AND Operator
  • Bitwise OR Operator
  • Bitwise XOR Operator
  • The showbits( ) Function
  • Many More.....

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