Computers only understand zeros and ones. If we were to control computers with only zeros and ones, many of the applications of computers we find today wouldn’t exist. It’s because commanding a computer with just zeros and ones is a very tedious task, that scientists have developed programming languages. The aim of these programming languages is to permit people (generally programmers) to use near human understandable terms to command the computer. Amongst these programming languages is the famous C programming language, which was developed by Dennis Ritchie. The C programming language has applications in several domains (embedded systems, desktop applications, operating system development, …) In this course, we shall introduce the C programming language, using a practical example.
- Installation of an IDE (integrated development environment) in your personal computer
- Understand the basic structure of a C program
- Read and write values from and into a variable
- Understand conditions and how to use them
- .Understand loops, when and how to use them
- Installation of code blocks
- Writing basic code in C programming language
- Working with if, else, else if statements in the C programming language.
- Using for and while loops in C programming language.
Who is the target audience?
- You have no experience in writing computer programs and want to start using a very practical approach while mastering fundamental concepts.
- You have some experience in C programming but want to see exactly how what you know already can help solve a real-life problem.
- If you want to use the C programming language in writing programs for embedded computers like the Arduino.
How to use this course.
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