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C Programming


C1 - Version:3.1
Description
The C programming language is one of the programming languages used today for software development in advanced computer environments. The use of the C programming language for software development holds many programming possibilities that one must learn to utilize, but which also demands dealing with difficulties that arise. Upon completing the course, the participant will be able to deal with real-life programming problems. The course will enrich and deepen the participant’s experience in developing large and complex systems using the C programming language. This course uses many examples to explain the theoretical material, and includes many suggestions for practical use of the language
Intended audience
This course is intended for programmers in various fields, and hardware engineers
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  • Introduction

    • Introduction.
    • History.
    • Characteristics of the language.
    • A simple program.
    • Stages of program development.
  • Variables

    • Units of memory
    • Representation of numbers in memory
    • Variable types in C
    • Variables – Declaration and Usage
    • Assigning values to variables
    • I/O - printf(), scanf()
    • Type modifiers
    • Type conversion
    • Overflow
  • Expressions and Operators

    • Operators

      • Arithmetic operators
      • Assignment, increment and decrement operators
      • sizeof operator
      • Relational, logical operators
  • Flow Control – Conditions

    • if statement
    • Conditional operator – “ ? : ”
    • Nested if
    • switch statement
    • break – continue
  • More Flow Control – Loops

    • while
    • for
    • do…while
  • Pointers

    • Why pointers?
    • Pointers – declaration, assignment, display
    • Pointer pitfalls
    • Pointer and arrays
    • Arithmetic operations on pointers
    • Comparison of pointers
    • Scanning arrays using pointers
    • Pointers and functions
    • Passing variables by reference
  • Dynamic Memory Allocation

    • Dynamic Memory Allocation – why?
    • malloc(), calloc(), free() library functions
    • Dynamic Memory Allocation for o-dimensional arrays
    • Arrays of pointers
    • Dynamic memory allocation for two-dimensional arrays
  • Bits

    • Bitwise operators: AND, OR, XOR, NOT
    • Left shift, right shift
  • Arrays and Strings

    • Arrays.
    • Multidimensional arrays.
    • Strings – arrays of characters.
    • Library functions for manipulating strings
  • Functions

    • Functions

      • Definition, declarations, and structure.
      • Using arguments.
      • Exiting the function.
    • Passing parameters

      • By value.
      • By reference.
  • Structs and Unions

    • Structure

      • Definition.
      • Definition of variables.
      • Referencing structures.
    • Array of Structures

      • Usage.
      • Initialization.
  • Experience in programming in a high level language
  • Familiarity with data structures and operating systems - preferred
  • Upon completion of this course the participant will be able to develop software in C
  • Participants will learn the pros and cons of the various programming structures in C
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03-6176677 info@sela.co.il

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Upcoming Dates
30/10/2019 - Morning
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