Comprehensive Programming in the C Language

PT20367
Summary
This course will teach the syntax and constructs of the ANSI C programming language. Programs in the course are designed to work in a(ny) Unix, Windows, OpenVMS, and other operating system platforms that support a C language compiler. The overall course objective is to introduce basic and intermediate level concepts and techniques of the ANSI C programming language.
Prerequisites
It is assumed that the participant has used an interactive computer system, specifically, use of a text-file editor. Basics of the specific editor(s) used for the course will be covered during the program development module.
Duration
4 to 5 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is designed for those wanting to learn basic and intermediate level concepts and techniques of the ANSI C programming language.
Topics
C programming structure
  • C data types
  • Basic operators
  • Beginning input and output in C
  • Commands for C program development
  • Loop constructs
  • Arrays
  • Decision statements
  • Defining and calling functions
  • Character string operations
  • Structures
  • Defining macros
  • C programming standards

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