COMPLETE C TUTORIALS COURSES
The course will first teach you about program flow and how programming languages work with data, so that you can understand the basic architecture behind programming with C. The course then moves on to the most important elements of programming in C. These will include overviews and explanations of how to use crucial C functions, methods and routines. All of this will be outlined in clear and simple language and gone through in a step-by-step manner.
Now that you have learned this basic knowledge, the course will teach you the most crucial skill of all - how to create simple C programs. After going through the processes, components, and work flow of creating a C program, you will be shown how to run and monitor C programs so that your work can go live. By the end of the course you will have learned the basics of C programming, be able to understand all of its core elements, and will have created your first C program.
Computer programming is a valuable skill that can open up career opportunities around the world and give you a secure career for years to come. If you can learn C, you will have made a big step on your journey towards becoming a master computer programmer. Thatís quite a reward for a course that only takes 3 hours. So go on, take that next step today and get closer to a fantastic career, and a pretty cool skill!
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|1.1 Introduction to C||00:00||00:00||Learning|
|1.2 Keywords and Identifiers||00:00||00:00||Learning|
|1.3 Variables and Constants||00:00||00:00||Learning|
|1.4 C Data Types||00:00||00:00||Learning|
|1.5 C Input Output||00:00||00:00||Learning|
|1.6 C Operators||00:00||00:00||Learning|
|2. Flow Control|
|2.1 IF ELSE Statement||00:00||00:00||Learning|
|2.2 FOR LOOP Statement||00:00||00:00||Learning|
|2.3 WHILE LOOP Statement||00:00||00:00||Learning|
|2.4 BREAK and CONTINUE Statement||00:00||00:00||Learning|
|2.5 SWITCH CASE Stament||00:00||00:00||Learning|
|3.2 User Defined Functions||00:00||00:00||Learning|
|3.4 Variables Scope||00:00||00:00||Learning|
|4.2 Multi-dimensional Array||00:00||00:00||Learning|
|4.3 Arrays and Functions||00:00||00:00||Learning|
|4.5 String handling functions||00:00||00:00||Learning|
|5.2 Pointers and Array||00:00||00:00||Learning|
|5.3 Pointer Function||00:00||00:00||Learning|
|5.4 Dynamic Memory Allocation||00:00||00:00||Learning|
|6. Sturucture and Files|
|6.2 Structures and Pointers||00:00||00:00||Learning|
|6.3 Structure and Functions||00:00||00:00||Learning|
|6.5 Structure Examples||00:00||00:00||Learning|
|6.6 File Handling||00:00||00:00||Learning|