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Start Programming with C
C is a programming language developed at AT & T’s Bell Laboratories of USA in 1972. It was designed and written by a man named Dennis Ritchie. In the late seventies C began to replace the more familiar languages of that time like PL/I, ALGOL, etc. No one pushed C. It wasn’t made the ‘official’ Bell Labs language. Thus, without any advertisement C’s reputation spread and its pool of users grew. Ritchie seems to have been rather surprised that so many programmers preferred C to older languages like FORTRAN or PL/I, or the newer ones like Pascal and APL. But, that’s what happened. Possibly why C seems so popular is because it is reliable, simple and easy to use. Moreover, in an industry where newer languages, tools and technologies emerge and vanish day in and day out, a language that has survived for more than 3 decades has to be really good. An opinion that is often heard today is – “C has been already superceded by languages like C++, C# and Java, so why bother to learn C today”.
|Section 1: Introduction|
|What is C||00:30:00|
|Section 2: Getting started in C|
|Conversion of variables||00:00:00|
|Section 3: Control Structure|
|Section 4: Assignment & Operators|
|Section 5: Use of Functions|
|Section 6: Pointers|
|Section 7: Storage Classes|
|Section 8: Scope of function & Variable|
|Section 9: Macros|
|Section 10: Array & POinters|
|Section 11: Strings|
|Section 12: Structure & Union|
|Section 13: File I/O Operation|
|Section 14: Bits Operators|
|Section 15: Memory Managment|
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