We can say C-Programming as 'ABCD' of computer programming.

We can say C-Programming as 'ABCD' of computer programming. We suggest to the people who wants to develop a carrier in IT should try C-Programming Language. Why we suggest this to computer graduate is 'Learn C to understand the machine'. Some of you may already know how to program in Perl, Python or any other interpreted high level programming languages. While those are pretty useful for creating short scripts, they do not really help when you need to "understand" the machine. Creating more complex programs would need that you would have to have direct access over how memory is used. Pointers, for instance is something that you cannot utilize in these high level languages. Moreover, you would never need to know how a linked list works in a language like Python, because it provides you with everything you need to do these things automatically. While this might seem convenient, there will be a time when knowing what a list is, and being able to create it, will be crucial. If you are really interested about serious programming, C and C++ should be your main priority.

We offer 25 hour C-Programming course to make you a real Programmer. We focus on to develop logical, Mathematic Skills, and programming interest to our students through it. This is an ideal course for all the students who feel programming as a nightmare.

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Introduction to the C Language

The C Language and its Advantages
The Structure of a C Program
Writing C Programs
Building an Executable Version of a C Program
Debugging a C Program
Examining and Running a C Application Program
Data Types and Variables
Data Types
Operands, Operators, and Arithmetic Expressions
Input/Output Management
Input/Output Management
The getchar() and putchar() Functions and Single-character I/O
Formatted Input and the scanf() Function
Control-flow Statements
The Control-flow Program Statements
Looping Statements
The Data-checking Process
Modular Programming with Functions
The C Function
Passing Data to Functions
Passing an Address to Modify a Value in Memory
Using Functions in the Checkbook Program
The C Standard Library Functions
Arrays, Pointers, and Strings
Using Arrays, Strings, and Pointers in the Checkbook Program
Structures and Dynamic Memory Allocation
Arrays of Structures
Passing Structures to Functions
Nested Structures
Dynamic Memory Allocation
The Preprocessor and Multiple-file Compilation
The C Preprocessor and the #include and #define Directives
The Conditional Compilation Directives
Global Variables and Variable Storage Classes
Program Organization and Multi-file Compilation
File Input/Output
Command-line arguments
File Input and Output
Combining Command-line Arguments and File I/O