Introduction to C Programming

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Angela Ayers
Distance Learning and Professional Education
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Summary Sentence: Introduction to C Programming

Full Summary: The C programming language has become the premier choice for developing applications in the microcomputer and workstation environments. This course introduces the ANSI standard C language syntax and features.

The C programming language has become the premier choice for developing applications in the microcomputer and workstation environments. This course introduces the ANSI standard C language syntax and features.

About the Course

This hands-on course will provide an introduction to the C programming language and lays the foundation for further learning and use of C and related languages.

Who Should Attend

Computer analysts and computer professionals who have some background in programming and want to learn more about using the C language.

Prerequisites

You should know how to write simple programs in any other language. Some experience with any operating system will also be helpful.

Course Objectives

This introductory three-day course provides the programmer with the knowledge and training to use the capabilities of the C programming language. At the successful completion of this course, you will be able to:

- Compose and compile simple programs
- Use the C pre-processor to aid program development
- Define program flow using a variety of language features
- Manipulate data strings, arrays, pointers, and structures
- Import and export information using simple input and output
- Use data structures to organize and process information
- Develop programs using modules and good program structure

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information security
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  • Created By: Eric Huffman
  • Workflow Status: Published
  • Created On: Jul 4, 2006 - 8:00pm
  • Last Updated: Oct 7, 2016 - 9:48pm