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The Complete C Programming Notes From Basics To Advance

 The Complete C Programming Notes From Basics To Advance

 

Programming in ‘C’ Objective  It is general purpose and procedure oriented programming language. In which we are able to develop OS and MAC operating system, application software and programming languages. Programming Language are also used to build students logic for programming.
 
Programming in ‘C’ Outcomes  To study of structure of programming languages, structure of c program. To study different keyword for making program. To develop programs using operators and control statement. To describe an array. Student are able to develop application software.  


Complete Syllabus For C

1. Programming languages 

1.1 Machine language 

1.2 Assembly language 

1.3 High level languages 

1.4 Compilers and Interpreters 

2.  Introduction to Programming in C 

2.1 History 

2.2 Application Areas 

2.3 Algorithms 

2.4 Flowcharts 

2.5 Structure of a C program  

2.6 C Tokens 

2.6.1 Keywords 

2.6.2 Variables 

2.6.3 Primary Data types  

2.6.4 Operators 

2.7 Formatted I/O Statement 

2.8 Unformatted I/O Statement 

3. Controlling Statement 

3.1 Decision Making Statement 

3.1.1 If Statement 

3.1.2 If- else Statement 

3.1.3 Nested if –else Statement  

3.1.4 Else if Ladder Statement 

3.1.5 Switch Statement 

3.2 Loop Statement  

2.2.1 For Loop 

2.2.2 While Loop 

2.2.3 Do-while Loop 

2.2.4 Nested for Loop 

3.3 Break, goto and Continue 

4.  Array and Structure 

4.1  Arrays 

4.2  Array declaration, initialization 

4.3  One dimensional Array 

4.4  Two dimensional Array 

4.5  Passing arrays to functions 

5. Function in C 

5.1 Functions in C 

5.2 What is a function? 

5.3 User defined functions 

5.3.1 Declaration 

5.3.2 Definition 

5.3.3 Function calling 

5.4 Types of Function 

5.5 Recursion 

5.6 Standard String library functions 

5.7 Storage Classes 

6. Pointers

6.1 What is Pointer? Pointer declaration, initialization 

6.2 Dereferencing pointers 

6.3 Pointer to pointer 

6.4 Arrays and pointers 

6.5 Functions and pointers 

6.6 Pointer to function 

6.7 Dynamic memory allocation 

6.8 Command Line Arguments 

7. Structures and Unions

7.1 Creating structures 

7.2 Accessing structure members (dot Operator) 

7.3 Array of structures 

7.4 Nested structures 

7.5 Pointers and structures 

7.6 Unions   

8. File Handling

8.1  What is File? 

8.2  Creating File 

8.3  Types of File 

8.4  Operation on File 

8.5  Random Access to File 


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