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C PROGRAMMING

Course Description: This hands on C programming course provides a comprehensive introduction to the ANSI C language, emphasizing portability and structured design. Students are introduced to all major language elements including fundamental data types, flow control, and standard function libraries. Thorough treatment is given to the topics of string and character manipulation, dynamic memory allocation, standard I/O, macro definition, and the C runtime library. The course explains the use of aggregate structures, unions, and pointers early on so the students can practice extensively in the hands on labs. Structured programming constructs and viragos functions are also covered. Emphasis is given to the processing of command line arguments and environment variables so students will be able to write flexible, user-friendly programs. The course also includes coverage of portability tips drawn from experienced programmers working in production environments. Comprehensive hands on exercises are performed throughout training each day to reinforce key concepts.
Course Prerequisites: Understanding of fundamental programming concepts.

Overview of C
Operating System Independence
Design Goals and Capabilities
Flavours of C
Fundamental Data Types, Storage Classes, and Scope
Fundamental Data Types and Qualifiers
Constants and Strings
Storage Classes
Scope and Block Structure
Scope and Data Hiding
Data Initialization
Macros
Functions versus In lining
Purpose of Macros
Use of Macros
      o Making Code More Readable
      o Auto Adjustment of Compile Time Values
      o Conditional Compilation
      o Making Code Portable
      o Simplifying Complex Access Calculations
Advanced Micro Design Tips
Using Macros to Help Write Portable Programs
When to Use a Macro instead of a Function
Using Macros for Debugging
Basic Formatted I/O
Standard I/O Library
Character Set Encoding
Standard Input and Output
Character I/O Functions
Formatted I/O Functions
String Constants
Operators and Expressions
Arithmetic, Logical, and Bit Operators
Precedence and Associatively
Assignment and Casting
The Conditional Operator
Functions (Subroutines)
Purpose of Functions
Functions versus Inlining
Automatic Variables
The Argument Stack
Passing By Value
Passing By Reference
Declaring External Functions
Function Prototyping
ANSI Prototyping
The _NO_PROTO Compiler Symbol
Varargs Functions
Passing a Function as an Argument
Designing Functions for Reusability
Calling a Function from Another Language
Returning a Dynamically Allocated Value Using Double Indirection
Casting the Return Value of a Function
Recursion and Re-entrancy
Advanced Structures and Unions
Nested Structures
Arrays of Structures
Bit Fields
Unions
Linked Lists
Strings and Character Manipulation
Strings as Character Arrays
String Library Functions
Reading and Writing Strings
Structured Programming
Structuring Code for Quality, Reliability, Maintainability
Designing for Modularity and Reusability
Compiler Directives and the C Pre processor
Compile-Time Directives
Use of typed of
C Pre processor Syntax
Pointers and Dynamic Allocation
Advantages of Pointers
User of Pointers
Pointer and Address Arithmetic
Dynamic Storage Allocation
Size of Double Indirection
Arrays
Purpose of Arrays
Declaring an Array
Initializing an Array
Addressing Elements
Stepping Through an Array
Variable Size Arrays
Arrays of Pointers
Arrays of Strings
Passing an Array to a Function
Dynamic Memory Allocation
Multidimensional Arrays
Program Debugging
Problem Analysis
Instrumenting with printif
Instrumenting with c trace
The Purpose of Debuggers
How Not to Use Debuggers
Symbolic Debuggers
Flow Control Constructs
Conditional Constructs: if, switch
Looping Constructs: while, do, for
Programming Style
Structures
Purpose of Structures
Defining and Declaring Structures
Accessing Members
Pointers to Structures
Dynamic Memory Allocation
Passing a Structure to a Function
      o As a Pointer
      o Passing the Actual Structure
C Runtime Library Standard Functions
Character I/O
Unformatted File I/O
Formatted File I/O
Math Functions
Miscellaneous Functions
Accessing Command Line Arguments and Environment Symbols
argc and argv
Parsing Command Line Options
Accessing the Environment Array
Advanced Programming Consideration
Writing Portable Code
Use of Macros
ANSI C Limits
Feature Test Macros
Client/Server Design
Performance Considerations

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