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Procedural Programming Through 'C'

BI 1439

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Procedural Programming Through 'C'

 

Author: Ravish Kumar Mishra

 

Book Id; 1439

Isbn: 978-93-5016-146-3

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1. Programming methodology   

1.1 Introduction 

1.2 Steps Involved in Problem Solving    

1.3 algorithm

1.4 flowchart    

1.5 pseudo code  

 

2.Introduction TO ‘C’  

2.1 History of c 

2.2 Computer languages 

2.3 Where c stands     

2.4 Program development cycle

2.5 Structure of a ‘c’ program     

2.6 ‘C’ character set  

2.7 C tokens     

2.8 Variables    

2.9 Data types in c    

2.10 Data declarations and definitions   

2.11 Operators and expressions     

  

 

3. CONTROL Statements  

3.1 introduction 

3.2 if statement 

3.3 the switch statement     

3.4 conditional operators    

3.5 iterative statement / loop statement 

3.6 jump statements    

 

 

4. Arrays  

4.1 Introduction 

4.2 Definition of array

4.3 Array declaration  

4.4 Limitations of an array  

4.5 Strings

  

5. Functions     

5.1 Introduction 

5.2 What is a function?

5.3 Functions and structured programming 

5.4 How a function WORKS?    

5.5 Library and user defined functions   

5.6 Function declaration and definition  

5.7 Writing a function 

5.8 Calling a function 

5.9 Types of functions 

5.10 Methods of Passing Arguments  

5.11 Functions with variable arguments   

5.12 Arrays and functions    

5.13 Recursive function

5.14 Storage classes of a variable 

5.15 Preprocessors     

  

  

6. Pointers

6.1 Introduction 

6.2 Memory Organization

6.3 Basics of Pointers 

6.4 The Pointer Operator     

6.5 Using Pointers     

6.6 Pointer Expression 

6.7 void Pointer 

6.8 Pointer Arithmetic 

6.9 Precedence of & AND * Operators

6.10 Pointer to Pointer

6.11 Pointers to Constant Objects  

6.12 Constant Pointer  

6.13 Pointers and Arrays     

6.14 Array of Pointers 

6.15 Pointers and Functions  

6.16 Dynamic Memory allocation     

   

 

7.  Structures and Union     

7.1 Structures   

7.2 Unions 

 

 

8. File Handling 

8.1 Introduction 

8.2 The file pointer   

8.3 Reading and writing file data 

8.4 Files and command line arguments  

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