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C LANGUAGE Course Details
 

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Faculty: Mr. Kiran

Duration : 50 to 60 Days

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Syllabus:

Name: Mr. Kiran
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C - LANGUAGE


1. Introduction to Software and Classification

• System Software
• Types of Operating System
• Types of Programming Languages
• Translators

2. Introduction to C

• Evolution of C
• Flavors of C Compilers working with TC,Vi Editors
• Identifiers and Keywords
• Data types
• Constants
• Symbolic constants
• Variables and Data types
• Escape Sequences
• Format Control Strings

3. Standard Input and Output Functions

• Preliminaries
• Library Functions
• Single Character Input – The getchar Function
• Single Character Output – The Putchar Function
• Entering input Data – The scanf Function
• More about the scanf Function
• Writing Output Data – The Printf Function
• The gets and Puts Function

4. Operators and type Conversions

• Operators
• Precedence and Order of Evaluation
• Arithmetic Operators
• Unary Increment and Decrement Operators
• Unary Operators
• Relational and Logical Operators
• Assignment Operators
• The Conditional Operator/ternary
• Compound Assignment Operators
• Sizeof operator
• Implict type Conversion (coercion)
• Explicit type conversion(casting)

5. Control Structures

• Statements and Blocks
• Selection or Decision Control Statements
• The if statement
• The if else statement
• Nested Conditional Constructs
• The else if statement
• Switch statement
• Repetition or Loop control statements
• The while loop
• The do while loop
• The for loop
• Loop interruption
• The break statement
• The continue statement
• The exit

6. Low Level Programming

• Number Systems
• Bitwise Operators
• Bit Fields
• Applications of Binary Systems
• Working on low level Programs

7. Functions

• Introducing Functions
• Defining a Function
• Accessing a Function
• Function Prototype
• Passing Arguments to a Function
• Function calls
• Return statements
• Recursions
• Nested Functions
• User Defined Header Files

8. Memory Organization

• Understanding Memory Concepts
• Memory Representation
• Storage Classes
• Automatic Variables
• External (Global) Variables
• Static Variables
• Register variables

9. Pointers

• Fundamentals
• Introduction to Memory
• Address and Dereferencing(& and *)operators
• Pointer Declarations
• Pointer Assignment
• Pointer Initialization
• Pointer Arithmetic
• Pointer comparisons
• Pointers and Functions
• Call by Value
• Call by References
• Pointer to Functions
• Pointer to Pointers
• Void Pointers
• Passing Pointer to Functions
• Function returning pointers
• More about Pointer
• Passing Pointer Parameters to Functions

10. Arrays

• Introduction
• Array Declaration
• Array initialization
• Single Dimension Arrays
• Pointer and Arrays (Single Dimension)
• Array of Pointers
• Arrays as Function Arguments
• Pointers and Character Array
• Initialization a 2-Dimensional Arrays
• Three Dimensional Arrays
• Working with Pointers and Multidimensional Arrays
• Dynamic Memory Allocation
• Void * malloc(size)
• Void * calloc(nitems,size)
• Void * realloc(void *block,size)
• Free()

11. Strings

• Introduction to Strings
• Initializing character Arrays
• Difference between char [] and char *
• Standard String Library Functions
• Arrays and Strings
• Pointer and Strings
• Function and Strings
• Two Dimensional Array of Characters
• Examples on Strings

12. Introduction To Macros

• The C Preprocessor
• Introduction to Preprocessor
• Macro Substitution
• Macros with arguments
• Macros with Arguments
• Nesting of macros
• Undefining a Macro
• File Inclusion
• Macro Testing
• Conditional Compilation

13. Structures and Unions

• Declaring a Structure
• Processing a Structure
• Accessing structure members
• Memory Representation of structure
• Typedef
• Array of Structures
• Structures and Pointers
• Passing Structures to Functions
• Structures containing Pointers
• Structures as function arguments
• Self Referential Structures
• Operations on Unions
• Unions and Structures Differences
• Uses of Structures
• Enumerations

14. File Handling

• Introduction
• Unformatted high-level disk I/O functions
• File Formatted I/O Functions
• Opening and Closing File with fopen() function
• Fgetc() and fputc()
• Command Line Arguments (using argc and argv parameters)
• Random Access Files
• Discussion on a Mini Project