This lecture note covers data types,input or output operations, arithmetic operations, decision-making statements, loop structures, functions, storage classes, arrays, pointers, string manipulation, dynamic memory management, and the use of structures and unions for creating custom data types.
Author(s): Dr.Prikshat Kumar Angra
This page covers the following topics related to C Programming :Hello, World!, Variables and Statements, Functions, Pointers—Cower In Fear!, Arrays, Strings, Structs, File Input/Output, Pointers II: Arithmetic, Manual Memory Allocation, Scope, Way More Types!, Conversions, Qualifiers and Specifiers, Multifile Projects, The Outside Environment, The C Preprocessor, structs, Characters and Strings, Enumerated Types: enum, Pointers, Bitwise Operations, Variadic Functions, Locale and Internationalization, Unicode, Wide Characters, and All That, Exiting a Program, Signal Handling, Variable-Length Arrays (VLAs), goto, Compound Literals and Generic Selections, Arrays, Long Jumps with setjmp, longjmp, Incomplete Types, Complex Numbers, Fixed Width Integer Types, Date and Time Functionality, Multithreading, Atomics, Function Specifiers, Alignment, Specifiers/Operators.
Author(s): Brian Beej Jorgensen Hall
This page covers the following topics related to C Programming : Introduction, Installation, Basics, An Interactive Prompt, Languages, Parsing, Evaluation, Error Handling, S-Expressions, Q-Expressions, Variables, Functions, Conditionals, Strings, Standard Library, Bonus Projects.
Author(s): Daniel Holden
This PDF book covers the following topics related to C programming Language : A Tutorial Introduction, Types, Operators and Expressions, Control Flow, Functions and Program, Pointers and Arrays, Structures, Input and Output , The UNIX System Interface.
Author(s): Brian W. Kernighan, Dennis M. Ritchie
The C programming language is a structure-oriented programming language, developed at Bell Laboratories in 1972 by Dennis Ritchie. The contents in this lecture note include : A Beginner’s Guide Introduction to Programming, Introduction to C, structure of C programming, Elements of C, Variables, Statements, Expressions, Input-Output in C, Formatted Input-Output, Operators, Control Statements, Iterative statements, Jump statements, Function, Actual arguments and Formal arguments, Recursion, Recursion verses Iteration, Storage classes, Arrays, Two Dimensional Arrays, Array using Functions, Strings, Common Functions in String, Structure in C Union, Nested Structure, Union, Pointers, Pointers and Arrays, Pointer Arithmetic, Pointers and Function, Dynamic Memory Allocation, Pointer to Structure, File, Algorithm and Data Structure, Analysis of Algorithms, Storage structure of Arrays, Sparse Matrices, Stack, Queue.
Author(s): Prof. Dr. Amiya Kumar Rath, Asst. Prof Sumitra Kisan, Asst. Prof Gargi Bhattacharjee
C is a programming language developed at AT and Ts Bell Laboratories of USA in 1972. It was designed and written by Dennis Ritche. Dennis Ritchie is known as the founder of C language. It was developed to overcome the problems of previous languages such as B, BCPL etc. The contents include: Computer systems, Computer Languages, Creating and Running Programs, Algorithm, What is C, Tokens, Data Types, Variables, Type Conversions, Statements, Arrays, Strings, Functions, Structures, Unions, Enumerations and Typedef, File.
Author(s): Department of Information Technology, Vardhaman College of Engineering
The C Programming Language is also called the Mother of languages. The C language was developed by Dennis Ritchie between 1969 and 1973 and is a second and third generation of languages. The C language provides both low- and high-level features it provides both the power of low-level languages and the flexibility and simplicity of high-level languages. This lecture notes includes: Introduction to Computers, Control Structures, Arrays and Strings, Functions and Pointers, Structures and Unions, Files.
Author(s): Ms. P. Ila Chandana Kumari, Associate Professor, IIT, Institute of Aeronautical Engineering,Dundigal
This lecture notes include: Execution of managed code such as Java programs within Managed Runtime Environmentsand how this differs from C program execution, Systems Issues, Basic C Programming I, Basic/Intermediate C Programming, Systems Programming ,Pointers, Strings,Structs, unions, Memory allocation, file I/O, preprocessor, variable argument lists, Signals, Pipes, Socket Programming, Advanced I/O, Multiplexed I/O, Shared Memory, Semaphores, Concurrency Issues, Threads, Shell Programming.
Author(s): Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto
This note covers the following topics: Structures of C Programming, Built-in Operators and function, Loop Control structures, Simple Arithmetic Problems, Addition Multiplication of integers, Functions, Pointers.
Author(s): Eiilm University
This note explains the following topics: digital computers, introduction to programming variables, assignments, expressions, input/output, conditionals and branching, iteration, functions, recursion, arrays, Pointers, character strings, time and space requirements, searching and sorting, structures, introduction to data-procedure encapsulation, dynamic allocation, linked structures, Data structures stacks and queues.
Author(s): Goutam Biswa
This note covers the following topics: Handling Repetition, Handling a Big Work, Handling Series of Data, Handling Various Kinds of Data, Handling Low Level Operations, C Standard Libraries, Compiling and Linking, Workings of the GNU Compiler and Linker, Assembly Programming, Debugging and Profiling.
This note covers the following topics: C Language Fundamentals, Arrays, Functions and Strings, Pointers, Structures, Unions, File handling, handling functions, monolithic vs. Modular programs, user defined vs. standard functions, formal vs. actual arguments, function, union, dynamic memory allocation, file managements.
Author(s): Asst. Professor Mrs Etuari Oram and Asst. Prof. Mr Bighnaraj Naik
This is one of the cheapest and best C/DOS programming book to Indian intellectuals who cannot afford to buy costlier books. Topics covered includes: Birth of C, Coding Style, ANSI C - Prelude, main( ) and Mistakes, Undefined, The Magic XOR, DOS Programming, Advanced Graphics Programming, Advanced Programming, Game Programming, Mathematics and C, Algorithms and C, Illegal Codes, Smart Dictionary.
Author(s): K. Joseph Wesley and R. Rajesh Jeba Anbiah
This note is an introduction to the C programming language and programming in the Unix environment. Topics covered includes: The syntax of the C language, Use of common libraries for C programming, A general overview of Unix, Makefiles and the gcc compiler, Write programs in C, Utilize the Unix environment and Use common C libraries.
Author(s): Andrew Christlieb
This book is intended to be a first text in programming in general with emphasis on the C language. It is meant for students with little or no previous programming experience. Topics covered includes: Computer System Organization, Organization of C Programs, Testing the Program, Input Reading Data, Designing Programs Top Down, Processing Character Data, Numeric Data Types and Expression Evaluation, Arrays, Functions and Files, Sorting and Searching, String Processing, Two Dimensional Arrays, Structures and Unions, File Input and Output, Storage Class and Scope, Engineering Programming Examples.
Author(s): Bharat Kinariwala and Tep Dobry
This course note is an introduction to programming in C. Students with little or no programming background will learn the syntax and semantics of the C language and at the end they can design, implement and test C programs.
Author(s): Michigan State University
This note covers the following topics: getting started, getting started in c, program control, assignment logical compares, functions and variables, defines and macros, strings and arrays, pointers, standard inputoutput, file inputoutput, structures and unions, dynamic allocation, character and bit manipulation, example programs, the visual calculator version and error messages
Author(s): Gordon Dodrill
This note covers the following topics: types operators and expressions , branching and iteration , functions , scope and extent , software design , pointers , arrays and strings , dynamic memory , the c preprocessor , structures and unions , bitwise operations , input and output , generic programming , data structures , c in the real world , Collected Style Rules and Common Errors.
Author(s): Tim Bailey
This is a C Programming Tutorial for people who have a little experience with an interpreted programming language, such as Emacs Lisp or a GNU shell. Its aim is to teach C to a beginner, but with enough of the details so as not be outgrown as the years go by. It presumes that you have some previous aquaintance with programming you need to know what a variable is and what a function is, but you do not need much experience.
Author(s): Mark Burgess
This is not a tutorial introduction to programming. The book is designed for programmers who already have some experience of using a modern high-level procedural programming language. Topics covered includes: Variables and Arithmetic, Control of Flow and Logical Expressions, Functions, Arrays and Pointers, Structured Data Types, The Preprocessor, Specialized Areas of C, Libraries and Complete Programs in C.
Author(s): Mike Banahan, Declan Brady and Mark Doran
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