Through hands-on laboratory & focused class discussions, participants master essential skills by exploring, experimenting & solving problems. Each student receives a handbook consisting of detailed & carefully crafted, modular guides that provide...
- Course Outline
Through hands-on laboratory and focused class discussions, participants master essential skills by exploring, experimenting, and solving problems. Each student receives a handbook consisting of detailed and carefully crafted, modular guides that provide step-by-step instructions, command summaries, and essential diagrams. This handbook includes appendices and a complete index, making it an essential resource both in the classroom and back on the job.
Audience This hands-on workshop guides people in mastering the skills required to design, write, debug and maintain applications in the C Programming Language. All aspects of C syntax and common library functions are examined in detail, through specific programming laboratory exercises and in the development of solutions to challenging problems.
After completing this course, students are able to:
* Define and use constants and variables
* Use logical and relational operators
* Employ expressions, statements, and lvalues and rvalues
* Use bitwise operators
* Declare and use arrays
* Control program flow and looping
* Call functions with appropriate arguments and return values
* Fully exploit the C preprocessor features of conditional compilation and macros
* Apply scope rules correctly
* Define, declare and use pointers
* Identify the similarities and differences between pointers and arrays
* Use multi-dimensional arrays
* Define, declare, and use structures and unions
* Incorporate appropriate file I/O functions
* Manipulate strings effectively
* Manage dynamic memory
* Apply accepted style rules
* Identify portable versus non-portable constructs
* Debug complex code
* Identify common C bugs
Table of Contents 1. Introduction to C
2. The Compiler
3. Literals, variables and basic types
4. Operators and expressions
5. Introduction to input
6. Statement and Basic control structures
8. Constants and Enumerations
9. Single Dimensional Arrays
11. Arrays and Pointers
12. User defined Types
13. Advanced Control Structures
14. Multiple source files
15. The preprocessor
16. Scope and Storage class
17. Heap storage class
18. Dynamic Data Structures
20. The new standard - C99
21. Function pointers
22. Standard Library Functions
Other Notes This course can be delivered in a Windows or UNIX environment.
- Prerequisites & Certificates
No prerequisites for this course.
Certificate of completion
- Cancellation Policy
10 business day cancellation policy. if the course is confirmed and the student cancels within 10 days of the course, then they get charged and apply a credit for future courses. If they cancel outside of 10 business days, then there are no charges at all.
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