Programming with C
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Programming with C

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Programming with C

8 weeks
0 lessons
15 quizzes
50 students

Practical C Programming

Overview: This course is designed for beginners who are interested in learning C programming from scratch. The course covers the basics of C programming, including syntax, data types, variables, arrays, loops, functions, and pointers. The course also includes practical examples and exercises to help students develop their coding skills.


  • I. Introduction to C Programming

    Overview of C Programming History of C Programming Advantages of C Programming

  • II. Basic C Programming Concepts

    Structure of a C Program Variables and Data Types Input and Output Operations Operators and Expressions

  • III. Control Structures in C Programming

    Conditional Statements (if-else, switch-case) Loops (for, while, do-while) Break and Continue Statements

  • IV. Functions in C Programming

    Defining and Calling Functions Function Arguments and Return Values Recursive Functions

  • V. Arrays and Strings in C Programming

    Declaring and Initializing Arrays Array Operations (Accessing Elements, Traversing) String Operations (Length, Concatenation, Comparison)

  • VI. Pointers in C Programming

    Introduction to Pointers Pointer Arithmetic Passing Pointers to Functions

  • VII. Advanced C Programming Concepts

    Structures and Unions File Input and Output Operations Dynamic Memory Allocation

  • VIII. Practical Examples and Exercises

    Building a Calculator Program Building a Simple Game Handling and Manipulating Images Debugging Techniques and Tools

  • IX. Debugging Techniques and Tools

    Introduction to Debugging Debugging Techniques (Printing Debug Statements, Stepping Through Code, Using a Debugger) Debugging Tools (GDB, Valgrind)

  • X. Best Practices for C Programming

    Coding Style and Conventions Code Documentation and Comments Testing and Debugging Version Control (Git)

  • XI. Introduction to Embedded C Programming

    Overview of Embedded Systems Differences between Regular C Programming and Embedded C Programming Examples of Embedded C Programs

  • XII. Final Project

    Applying the knowledge gained throughout the course to build a final project Project could be an embedded systems project, a game, a utility program, or any other C program of interest to the student

  • Prerequisites:

    Basic understanding of programming concepts (variables, loops, functions) No prior experience with C programming is required

  • Course Goals:

    To provide students with a strong foundation in C programming To enable students to write efficient and effective C code To equip students with the skills necessary to tackle real-world programming problems To prepare students for further study in C programming or related fields

  • Assessment:

    Quizzes and assignments throughout the course Practical exercises and coding projects Final project

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