C Programming

BI 1423

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As per revised Syllabus of Pune University for MCA (Masters Of Computer Applications)

C Programming

Author: Poonam Ponde

 

ISBN : 978-93-5016-123-4

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Contents

1. An Overview Of C    

1.1 History of C 

1.2 Computer Languages 

1.2.1 'C' - Structured Language    

1.3 Where 'C' Stands?  

1.3.1 Application Areas

1.3.2 Features of 'C'  

1.3.3 Limitations of 'C'     

1.4 Program Development Cycle

1.5 The Form of a C Program  

1.6 Structure of a 'C' Program     

1.7 Compilers and Interpreters     

1.8 Executing A 'C' Program  

 

2. Variables, Data Types, Operator And Expression    

2.1 Introduction 

2.2 Character Set

2.3 C Tokens     

2.4 Data Types in C    

2.5 Variables    

2.7 User Defined Type Declaration  

2.8 Operators and Expressions

2.9 Type Conversions in Expressions

2.9.1 Implicit Type Conversion     

2.9.2 Explicit Type Conversion     

2.10 Precedence and Associativity of Operators 

 

3. Built In I/O Functions    

3.1 Introduction 

3.2 Unformatted Console I/O Operations   

3.3 Formatted Console I/O Operations     

 

4. Control Statements  

4.1 Introduction 

4.2 Selection / Decision Making Statements     

4.3 Iterative Statements (LOOP Control Structure)    

4.4 Jump Statements    

4.5 Compound Statement 

4.6 Null Statement     

 

5. Array And String    

5.1 Introduction 

5.2 Array Declaration  

5.3 One Dimensional Array    

5.4 Multidimensional Arrays  

5.5 Strings

 

6. Pointers

6.1 Introduction 

6.2 Memory Organization

6.3 Basics of Pointers 

6.4 Applications of Pointers 

6.5 Using Pointers     

6.6 Pointer Expression 

6.7 Precedence of & AND * Operators

6.8 Pointer to Pointer 

6.9 pointers to Constant Objects   

6.10 Constant Pointer  

6.11 Dynamic Memory Allocation     

6.12 Pointers and Arrays     

6.13 Pointers and Character String 

6.14 Array of Pointers 

 

7. Function

7.1 Introduction 

7.2 What is a Function?

7.3 Functions and Structured Programming

7.4 How a Function Works?    

7.5 Library and User Defined Functions   

7.6 Function Declaration and Definition  

7.7 Writing a Function 

7.8 Calling a Function 

7.9 Types of Functions 

7.10 Methods of Passing Arguments  

7.11 Functions with Variable Arguments   

7.12 Arrays and Functions    

7.13 Pointers and Functions  

7.14 Recursion   

 

8. Storage Classes and Scope 

8.1 Meaning of Terms   

8.2 Scope  

8.3 Storage Classes    

 

9. Structure, Union, Enumeration and typedef   

9.1 Structures   

9.2 Structures and Enumerated Data Type  

9.3 Union  

9.4 Difference between Structure and Union     

 

10. C Preprocessor     

10.1 What is a Preprocessor? 

10.2 Preprocessor Directives 

 

11. File Handling

11.1 Introduction

11.2 Streams     

11.3 Types of Files    

11.4 Operations on a File    

11.5 Error Handling during I/O Operations

11.6 Random Access to Files  

 

12. Bitwise Operators  

12.1 Introduction

12.2 Applications

 

13. Graphics In C

13.1 Introduction

13.2 Basic Concepts    

13.3 Drawing Simple Graphics Objects     

13.4 Outputting Text

14. Command Line Arguments

14.1 Introduction

14.2 Advantages of Command Line Arguments

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