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C in practice

Learn the fundamentals of C language

Course Highlights:

  • Understanding of programming logic
  • Certified trainers
  • Additional practice sessions

FAQs for C

What is the importance of C in programming?

It is a known fact that computers make life easy for us. However, another fact that is equally important & significant is that computers by themselves are not intelligent. They have to be instructed or rather 'programmed' to perform the tasks that we want them to. Over the years, several programming languages have been developed to help the programmers get computers to perform the required tasks. While the programming languages have been varied in terms of the keywords they have, and the way in which they are written, the basic approach to writing a program has remained more or less the same.

C helps an individual in developing programming logic. The various programming constructs in C build a strong foundation for the developer, which will enable him/ her to become a good programmer and later develop programming skills in other languages.

Using C, a programmer can create high-level applications as well as low-level applications targeting the memory or hardware devices such as printers and consoles. Thus, C is a very important programming language when it comes to building the basics of programming.

Is C++ the next version of C? How different is C++ from C?

C was developed in the 1970s to create the UNIX operating system and make it easy to code low-level applications using a high-level language. It was a procedural language.

C++ was developed as an enhancement to the C language. It added object-oriented concepts to an already popular language. The concept of classes was added along with various other concepts like inheritance, abstraction and polymorphism. The '++' indicates that it is an increment to the C language set.

How is 'C in Practice' different from the current C program?

C in Practice covers the basics of algorithms, programming fundamentals & data structures such as Linked Lists, Stacks, Queues, Trees and Graphs.

It starts with teaching a learner what an algorithm is and how to go about writing an algorithm, followed by the programming fundamentals and ends with teaching a student how to design and develop applications that sorts an array, traverses linked lists and constructs a binary tree and so on.

Who should ideally be doing 'C in Practice'?

'C in Practice' is specifically designed for Engineers/ Graduates who want to develop logical skill and learn in detail about data structures such as stacks, linked lists, queues, and so on.

Interested? Join C in practice

Course covers:

  • Data types, operators
  • Switch & if-else statements
  • Implementing Loops, Array handling, Use of pointers
  • Defining & using functions, storage classes, structures in C

Eligibility:

Engineers/Students/Graduates/anyone with a knowledge of computer fundamentals

Course Duration:

80 hours

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