C Language Training

About C Language Training

C language is the root of all programming languages. C language is used to develop desktop software applications. It is developed in 1972 by Dennis Ritchie at A T & T Bell Laboratories for use with the Unix operating system. It is a general purpose programming Language. To develop the programming ability C Language is the only platform to develop programming expertise techniques for any type languages. C Language is a Mid-level programming language for systems programming very generally used, weakly typed, systems programming language connected with UNIX. Many applications Like system software, application, games, many mobile applications, drivers programming etc of the applications written in C Language.

Why This Course is Required

C Language Course main objective for the student to develop primary programming language skills up to the good end in order solve the many different programming logics. Students can able to write much different type of logics at the end of the c language sessions. After learning the C language course the student can able get all the fundamental knowledge in all the software languages. After Completion of C language Course the student can able to attend any MNC Company interview and can answer the theoretically and practically rounds. We give lot of logical examples to make as good as.

Course Contents

  1. C Language Introduction

    • Structure of a C Language
    • First C Program
    • Compile and Executing Program
    • Console Input Output
    • Format Specifiers
    • Comments
  2. C Tokens

    • Keywords
    • Identifiers
    • Literals
    • Operators
    • Seperators
  3. Operators

    • Arithmetic Operators
    • Relational Operators
    • Assignment Operators
    • Logical Operators
    • Increment and Decrement Operators
    • Bitwise Operators
    • Conditional Operators
    • Special Operators
    • Precedence of Operators
    • Associativity of Operators
  4. Control Statements

    • Condition Statements (If Statement, If…else, Nested if else, Switch Statement)
    • Looping Statements (For ,While, Do…While)
    • Jump Statements (Goto, break, and continue)
  5. The Functions

    • What is function?
    • Function Prototype, Call & Definition
    • Types of function
    • Function arguments and Return Types
    • Categories of Functions
    • Recursion
  6. The Pointers

    • How to Declare and Accessing Pointers Variables
    • Pointers as Function parameter
    • Pointer Types(near, far & huge)
    • Call by Value
    • Call by Reference
    • Pointer to function
    • Generic Pointers
  7. The Preprocessor

    • Define Macro
    • Macro declaration
    • Macro Control Directives
  8. Input and Output functions

    • Reading Character and Writing Character function
    • Reading string by scanf( )
    • Writing string by printf( )
  9. Define Arrays and Strings

    • 1-Dimensional Arrays
    • Multi- Dimensional Arrays
    • Passing array to functions
    • Static & Dynamic Memory Allocation
    • String Variables
    • The String handling Functions
  10. Structures and Unions

    • What is Structure?
    • Declare and Access Structure Variables
    • Define Arrays of Structures
    • Nested Structures
    • Pointer to objects
    • Passing objects to functions
    • Typedef
    • Define and use of Unions
  11. File Handling

    • Defining File concepts
    • Opening and Closing the file
    • I/O operations on Files
    • Random & Sequential Access
    • Text & Binary files
  12. Miscellaneous Topics

    • Enumeration
    • Bit Fields
    • Storage Class(auto, static, register & extern)
    • Command Line Arguments
    • Variable Number of Arguments
    • Graphics
  13. Minor Project

    • Banking Project
  14. Objective & Practical Assignments after every chapters

  15. Test Papers