Current Version: 02-0301-0501
This course provides programmers with a hands-on introduction to
the C programming language. The course teaches both syntax and semantics
of the C language. It also includes advice on good programming practices.
Participants should be familiar with one or more programming languages
or have attended an Introduction to Programming course. This
course is not suitable for people without programming experience.
On completion of this course, the student should be able to
Use the syntax, semantics, and scoping of ANSI C
Write ANSI C programs using many features of the language
Use some of the ANSI C libraries
Describe the C compilation process
Write programs using dynamic data structures and recursion
Recognize the advantages of multi-file programs
Instructor-led course, with practical computer-based exercises.
Hardware and Software Requirements
An ANSI C compiler running on any platform.
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