Complimentary Life time Access to C Programming Online course
Course mentored by Industry expert
Project-based learning which will add stars to your resume
Course completion certificate
4 Minor Projects based on to real-world applications
This course will help you to learn C Programming Language which is basic to CPL Computer Programming Languages. By design, C provides constructs that map efficiently to typical machine instructions, and therefore it has found lasting use in applications that had formerly been coded in assembly language, including operating systems, as well as various application software for computers ranging from supercomputers to embedded systems. The course will be mentored & guided by an CPL expert having hands-on experience of 16 years in the training of Computer Programming Languages for beginners. The course includes 3-4 minor projects based on real-world applications with guided lab sessions.
It will be an online live (Live Stream) class, so you can attend this class from any geographical location. It will be an interactive live session, where you can ask your doubts to the instructor (similar to an offline classroom program).
Pre-requisites: Will to learn
Recommended for: Anyone who wants to learn basics of CPL and C programming in depth, specifically
1. College students who are looking for training in C/ C++/ Data Structures
2. Candidates preparing for off/on campus placements
Nitesh Sir, synonymous for C, C++, Data Structure and Python Training is a very seasoned trainer loved by students from last 11 years. His knowledge and delivery style for any entry level programming languages training for beginners specifically ' C, C++, Data Structure & Python ' is appreciated not only by graduates, undergraduates but by professionals also who are working on these technologies. He is the most preferred trainer of beginners.
Components of a program
Preprocessor of a program
The main () function
New line character
Program compilation and execution on
Three Compliers (TC, GCC, G++)
The printf() function
The scanf () function
The gets () function
The puts () Function
The getchar () function
The putchar () function
Automatic type conversation
Explicit type conversion
Sequential control structure
The if-else statement
The break statement
The continue statement
The switch-case statement
The go to statement
Iterative control structure
This C training course is intended for students without any programming background.
It covers most C syntax elements, concentrating on fundamental and universally
useful elements, while providing an overview of many more advanced elements.