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C Programming For Beginners

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C Programming For Beginners

C Programming For Beginners
Last updated 8/2019
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 2.37 GB | Duration: 8h 12m

Learn C in ten easy steps on Windows, Mac OS X or Linux

What you'll learn
Master C programming concepts from the ground up
Use the source code examples to learn step-by-step
Understand the special features of C: pointers, header files, null-terminated strings, buffers, IO
Videos explain everything in minute detail
Read the supplied eBook, The Little Book Of C, to explore the topics in even more depth
Test your understanding with end-of-section quizzes
Requirements
A C compiler and code editor (both are available free)
Description
The fastest, easiest way to learn to program C on a Mac or Windows. This course will teach you to program the C language from the ground up. You will learn everything from the very fundamentals of programming right through to the complexities of pointers, addresses and File IO. Maybe you've tried to master C before but failed. Or maybe you are new to C or new to programming. If so, this is the course for you! C is one of the most important of all programming languages. It is used to program desktop applications, compilers, tools and utilities and even hardware devices. The C language is fast and efficient – but it can be hard to learn. Unless you use this course. This course begins with a gentle introduction to C but quickly moves on to explain some of its most confusing features: everything from C's 'scoping' rules to the curious connection between arrays and memory addresses. By the end of the course you will have a deep understanding both of the C language itself and also of the underlying 'architecture' of your computer. What you will learn: The fundamentals of programming – from the ground up How to program on a Mac or on Windows The nitty-gritty details of the C language Advanced topics such as memory allocation, the stack and heap, and binary file IO Who should take the course Beginners – if you've never coded before, you can learn C step by step Programmers switching to C from some other language such as Java, Ruby or Python Cross-platform developers – there are C compilers for all major operating systems Anyone who needs to program C++ or Objective-C. The C language is the place to start

Overview

Section 1: Getting Ready

Lecture 1 Welcome to the course

Lecture 2 C Editors and IDEs

Lecture 3 FAQ - Read This First!

Lecture 4 Install CodeLite (Windows or Mac)

Lecture 5 Install a C compiler on a Mac

Lecture 6 Introduction to CodeLite

Lecture 7 Using C++Builder

Lecture 8 Importing C Projects into C++Builder

Lecture 9 Programming C with NetBeans

Lecture 10 Importing Projects Into NetBeans

Lecture 11 Compiling C programs at the system prompt

Lecture 12 Visual Studio 2019

Lecture 13 Using Visual Studio

Lecture 14 The Little Book Of C – (download)

Lecture 15 C Source Code Archive

Section 2: C programming basics

Lecture 16 A first program - Hello world

Lecture 17 Arguments and return values

Lecture 18 Passing commandline arguments to your program

Lecture 19 How to open a command prompt on Windows or OS X

Lecture 20 printf

Lecture 21 Comments

Section 3: Variables, constants and types

Lecture 22 Variables and types

Lecture 23 Integers and floating point numbers

Lecture 24 Constants

Lecture 25 More about constants

Lecture 26 Naming conventions

Section 4: Operators, tests and user input

Lecture 27 Operators – equality and assignment

Lecture 28 Operators – tests and comparisons

Lecture 29 Compound assignment operators

Lecture 30 Increment and decrement operators

Lecture 31 if and else tests

Lecture 32 Problems with gets() and fgets()

Lecture 33 Input, buffers and flushing

Lecture 34 My own line-reading function

Lecture 35 Logical Operators

Section 5: Functions, arguments and switch

Lecture 36 Functions

Lecture 37 Arguments

Lecture 38 Switch statements

Lecture 39 Switch statements in more detail

Section 6: Arrays, loops and break

Lecture 40 Arrays

Lecture 41 Initializing arrays

Lecture 42 ‘while’ loops

Lecture 43 ‘do..while’ loops

Lecture 44 break

Lecture 45 break and continue

Lecture 46 Multidimensional arrays

Section 7: Strings, chars and pointers

Lecture 47 Strings, pointers and addresses

Lecture 48 Null-terminated strings

Lecture 49 Char arrays and pointers

Lecture 50 Arrays, pointers and assignment

Lecture 51 Strings and functions, stack and heap

Lecture 52 String functions

Lecture 53 char functions

Lecture 54 chars and strings

Section 8: Structs, enums, header files and scope

Lecture 55 structs

Lecture 56 typedef

Lecture 57 Enums

Lecture 58 Header files

Lecture 59 A custom header file

Lecture 60 Scope

Lecture 61 Scope and external files

Lecture 62 Static functions and variables

Lecture 63 Compiling from the commandline

Section 9: File-handling

Lecture 64 Opening and closing files

Lecture 65 File modes

Lecture 66 Reading and writing a text file

Lecture 67 Counting lines in a text file

Lecture 68 Search in a text file

Section 10: Binary files and memory allocation

Lecture 69 Binary files

Lecture 70 Allocating and freeing memory

Lecture 71 Types and type casts

Lecture 72 Creating a CD database

Lecture 73 Saving and loading records in a binary file

Lecture 74 Adding records to a binary file

Lecture 75 Modifying records in a binary file

Lecture 76 And finally…

Newcomers to programming,Programmers of other languages who want a fast way into C,Anyone who needs to master C as a basis for using C++ or Objective-C