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C Language

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Course Content



1. Introduction to C

Evolution of C

Data types





Escape Sequences

Format Control Strings


2. Standard Input and Output Functions

Single Character Input – The getchar Function

Single Character Output – The putchar Function

String Input – The gets Function

String Output – The puts Function

Entering input Data – The scanf Function

More about the scanf Function

Writing Output Data – The Printf Function

More about the printf Function

3. Operators and type Conversions


Arithmetic Operators

Logical Operators

Relational Operators

Bitwise Operators

Increment and Decrement Operators

Assignment Operators

Compound Assignment Operators

Conditional Operator/ternary

Special operators

Implicit type Conversion (coercion)

Explicit type conversion(casting)

Precedence and Order of Evaluation

4. Control Structures

Control Statements or Decision making statements

Selection statements or Branching Statements

The if statement

The if else statement

If else ladder / Stair case if

Nested Conditional Constructs

The null if statement

The null else statement

Switch statement

Repetition or Iterative or Loop control statements

The while loop

The for loop

The do while loop

Unconditional Statements

The got statement

The break statement

The continue statement

5. Arrays


Single Dimension Arrays

Array Declaration

Array initialization

Two Dimensional Arrays

2D Array Declaration

2D Array initialization

Transpose Matrix

2D Array ZigZag Printing

2D Array Spiral Printing

Three Dimensional Arrays

6. Strings

Introduction to Strings

Initializing character Arrays

Standard String Library Functions

Two Dimensional Array of Characters

Examples on Strings

7. Functions

Introducing Functions

Defining a Function

Accessing a Function

Function Prototype

Passing Arguments to a Function

Function calls

Return statements


Arrays as Function Arguments

8. Structures and Unions

User Defined Data Types

Declaring a Structure

Processing a Structure

Accessing structure members

Memory Representation of structure

Structure Variable

Multiple Structure Variables

Array of Structures

Uses of Structures

Operations on Unions

Unions and Structures Differences



9. Storage Classes

Storage Classes

Automatic Variables

Static Variables

Register variables

External (Global) Variables

10. Pointers


Introduction to Memory

Pointer Declarations

Address and Dereferencing (& and *) operators

Pointer operations (++ and --)

Pointer Assignment

Pointer Initialization

Pointer to Pointers

Dynamic Memory Allocation

Void * malloc(size)

Void * calloc(nitems,size)

Void * realloc(void *block, size)


Pointer Arithmetic

Pointer Arrays

Call by Value

Call by References

Structures and Pointers

Self Referential Structure

Character Pointer

Void Pointers

Dangling Pointers

11. File Handling


Types of Functions

File operations

File Modes

File handling functions

File Formatted I/O Functions

Opening File with fopen() function

Closing File with fclose() function

Fgetc() and fputc()

fscanf() and fprintf()

Random Access Files

ftell(), rewind() and fseek()

Command Line Arguments (using argc and argv parameters)