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C Language
C is a multi-platform programming language with an objects orientation.

Acquired Skills:

At the end of this course the student will have acquired the skills to create programs in a visual environment with access to a database of information and objects orientation.

Prerequisites:

Logic of Programming course or equivalent knowledge.

Course Duration:

This course will be completed in 2 months or on average of 44 hours.

Curriculum Material:

The language and teaching techniques are geared to the course’s final use. It includes explanatory exercises and examples.

Course Topics:

  • Introduction
  • First Steps
  • C is Case Sensitive
  • Two First Programs
  • Introduction to Functions
  • Basic Introduction to Inns and Outs
  • Introduction to some Control of Flux Commands
  • Comments
  • Reserved Words of C
  • VARIABLES, CONSTANTS, OPERATORS, and EXPRESSIONS
  • Name of VARIABLES
  • Hints regarding the names of Variables
  • Types of C
  • Declaration and Initialization of Variables
  • Constants
  • Arithmetic and Attribution Operators
  • Relational and Logic Operators
  • Logic Bit to Bit Operators
  • Expressions
  • Expressions that can be abbreviated
  • Precedents of C Table
  • Casts

FLUX CONTROL STRUCTURES

  • The Command if
  • The Operator
  • The Command switch
  • The Command for
  • The Command while
  • The Command do-while
  • The Command break
  • The Command continue

MATRIXES AND STRINGS

  • Vectors
  • Strings
  • Matrixes

POINTERS

  • Pointers Functionality
  • Declaring and using Pointers
  • Pointers and Vectors
  • Initializing Pointers
  • Pointers to Pointers
  • Precautions to take when using Pointers
  • FUNCTIONS
  • Return Command
  • Function Prototypes
  • Void Type
  • Archives- Headings
  • Scope of Variables
  • Passage of parameters by valor and passage by reference
  • Vetors as Arguments of Functions
  • The Arguments arg and argv
  • Recursivity Recursiveness
  • The Directives of Compilation
  • The Directive include
  • The Directives define and undef
  • The Directive if
  • The directive else
  • The Directive elseif

STANDARDIZED INS AND OUTS

  • Introduction
  • Reading and Writing Characters
  • Reading and writing Strings
  • Formatted In and Out
  • Opening and Closing an Archive
  • Reading and Writing Characters in Archives
  • Flux Templates
  • Types of Advanced Data
  • Access Modifiers
  • Types Conversion
  • Modifiers of Functions
  • Function Indicators
  • Dynamic Allocation
  • Dynamic Allocation of Vectors and Matrixes

DATA TYPES DEFINED BY THE USER” MANUAL

  • Structures – Firs Part
  • Structures – Second Part
  • Union Declaration
  • Enumerations
  • Command size of
  • Command typedef
  • A Structs Appllication: The lists simply linked

Certificate of Completion

At the end of the course the student will receive our certificate of completion for this training.
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