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Online Training Learn and Practice C programming for beginners
Hello! Welcome.If you really care about learning the basics and fundamentalsof any programming languages,you’ll really need to start learning C programmingin whichmost ofprogramming languages based on it.In thiscourse,you’re going to learn the following:Section 1 is an introduction of the instructor.Section 2 the essentials of C programming contains 20 lectures: in which you are going to learn what the program is,what it consists of,understanding different data types and how to assign data values to variables and constants,and much more.Section 3 Manipulating Data with Operators contains 7 lectures:in which you are going to learnArithmetic ,assignment operators,increment or decrementby one,and relational operators used in conventional expressions and much more in C programming.Section 4Reading from and Writing to Standard I/O contains 4 lecturesin which you are going to learn how to use the keyboard as an input data to your program using scanf() and more in C programming.Section 5Decision making and branching contains 5 lecturesin which you are going to learnhow to use if,if else,switch,break,and go to statements in C programming.Section 6iteration or loops contains 5lectures in which you are going to learnfor,while,infinite while,do while,nested loop statements in C programming.Section 7 Arrays in which you’re going to learn what an array is and its advantages,declaring arrays data type and size ,indexing arrays,and finally initializing arrays with values.Section 8 Bonus lectures will be uploaded when you finish your C programming course.
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